From The Skinny
Machinochrist @ Mutiny, The Bongo Club, Edinburgh, Scotland (28/11/07)
"Conceived by Nass (Edinburgh's DubPressure) & DJ Tamobanter, the manifesto for Mutiny is an alluring one: cheap & cheerful door tax, a battering ram of twisted noise, & a combo of red-raw local talent with resolutely underground guests. In a similar vein to nights such as Nuthouse & Wobbly, it's the cream of the topmost rigs & party collectives in the UK we'll be seeing ce soir. Tamo delivers a sick assault of techy dnb to get the ball rolling, followed by Cambridge's Scamp (Life4land) with a collection of his own bastardised tunes, welding frenzied drum & bass with explosive breakcore. Varying from the theme of broken beats, Mattycore, (also Life4land) pounds through a mosh-worthy DJ set of hardtek, hardcore & rowdy nonsense. The live set from Machinochrist (Badsekta/Noizetek) is his first appearance this side of the border, & it's absolutely bangin'. As one of the central figures in the southern breakcore arena he's the golden boy tonight, & he makes himself known by puncturing the Bongo Club with a juggernaut of skittering junglism & ragga samples at the start of the set, taking a turn into full-on nasty breakcore for the conclusion. A thoroughly unruly first night for Mutiny."
- Rosie McLean, "The Skinny", 4th December 2007