Brixton boys Dylan Barnes and Rob Davy have been causing mayhem as Mutiny since 1996. Their releases and jackin' party-wise DJ sets have earned them both critical acclaim and fans from around the globe - including Sneak, Darren Emerson, Pete Tong, and many more. Now Mutiny are back and set to release their second long player Yada Yada. The album, which took two years to make, sees Mutiny's style move forwards and mix it up with sexy, jackin' house players, a ragga flavoured cut ("Dem Girls" feat. Sweetie Irie) and deep, soulful urban grooves. It's not just dirty club tracks; it's also a song-based album, featuring vocals from Sweetie Irie, Robert Owens, Natasha Brice, Lorraine Cato, Amrit and Mutiny themselves… It's influenced by what Mutiny play, where they've played, the music they've been exposed to, and grown into. The album doesn't conform to any one style but combines all styles into their style - Mutiny style.