A nice review here
"But the real action starts with the first live set of the evening from MASSONIX (by which time, thankfully, a good few latecomers have poured in) and it’s a good 15 minutes or so into the set – as the gentle swirl of organic sounds reminds me of Ninja Tunes act Homelife - before I start to twig what (or rather, who) I’m watching. Join the dots here - Homelife is one of the many side projects Graham Massey (formerly of techno chart-botherers 808 State) keeps himself busy with these days....and doesn’t that look like a slightly gnarled, weather-beaten Massey on his lonesome behind the Apple laptop? Mass-onix? So the penny drops. Quite regardless of this, however, it’s a fascinating and expansive dance music – an odd swirly and occasionally smoky mix of nice textures akin to Plaid’s more laidback moments or Squarepusher’s more plausible ones, the neat visuals giving more than a passing nod to Coldcut. It’s largely undanceable (although great fun), at times incredibly lush, sweeping and cinematic and at other times pounding with a tribal intensity. Terrific (and very clever) stuff."
Not bad, actually!