New Orleans alt-rockers, Mute Math have officially released their self-titled debut LP after a long and successful run of their Reset EP to fans around the world. The band recently appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS, and are set to rock a number of US cities during the year.
During the performance of the popular track "Chaos", Drummer Darren King duct taped his headphones to his head and went crazy on the drums; think Animal from The Muppet Show only a heck of a lot better talent (sorry Animal). Paul Meany who sings lead vox and plays the band's famously known keytar, whether jumping on his keyboard, off the keyboard and everywhere in between, he and the band constructed addictive rhythms influenced by rock, jazz, and experimental sounds. While Meany is much more animated on the keys, he will remind some readers of Chris Martin from Coldplay, and no doubt is slated for the same success level.
Fans of Mute Math's material will have to wait until their online store re-stocks the LP after the flood of online requests, and if you're so inclined to jump across the border, here are a few cities you can catch the band playing with Veda, be sure to pick up a copy of their LP while you're there, it's currently only available at shows:
Feb, 11, Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern
Feb 12, Ann Arbor, MI - Bling Pig
Feb 13, Grand Rapids, MI - Intersection
Visit www.myspace.com/mutemath to sample the band's latest material.
Writer: Soul Shine Staff