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Posted 3 Feb 2014 @ 3:08pm

Eagles Of Death Metal, Rocket From The Crypt and Mutemath are the latest announcement in what is an aural assault of triple-bill sideshows by Soundwave.


It will be the first time in seven years that Eagles of Death Metal bring their unique blend of double–entendre boogie to Australian stages, with Rocket From The Crypt and Mutemath lending support.

Posted 16 Apr 2013 @ 3:13pm

Love hurts, you guys. I know because this show basically exacerbated an existing neck injury I had, but no one could help throwing themselves around to nearly every track. When Mutemath last came out to our city they played The Corner, and its stage felt almost unable to hold them. Billboard however has a nice big stage but remains an intimate space, and with its tiered wooden floor we were...

Posted 15 Mar 2013 @ 1:08pm

Mutemath’s third LP Odd Soul featured a dirtier rock sound than their first two albums. According to singer/keyboardist Paul Meany, the sultry grooves that surfaced on the album were a reflection of what they were listening to around the time of making it.


“We certainly were going through a James Brown phase when we started that record,” he says. “We were rediscovering Black...

Posted 10 Feb 2013 @ 11:46am

Mutemath will be returning this March to give the songs of their impending album.


Supporting them on the tour will be Melbourne duo Big Scary, who will also be road-testing the songs from their new album Not Art, due out mid-year.

Posted 19 Nov 2012 @ 11:39am

With much love from New Orleans, Mutemath are returning once more to Australia to road test new tracks for their next album and continue the romance between the band and our country.


Mutemath were last here following the release of their third album, Odd Soul, dazzling audiences with their alt-rocl/post-rock talent. Featuring Paul Meany, Roy Mitchell-Cardenas, Darren King and...

Posted 29 May 2012 @ 2:24pm

Mutemath have made a huge impression in Australia during their first visit in this form, and they’re not coy about expressing their joy. It’s a grand thing, considering the acts they’ve been offered up to as (sacrifice?) support in the past, and no wonder Warner had problems deciding what to do with them – so much so their contract was nearly shelved early on. The New Orleans four-piece are...

Posted 11 May 2012 @ 2:26pm

Mutemath's own Darren King is quite the connoisseur of obscure records. The temptation to pry into his purchases proves simply irresistible, the drummer only too happy to rattle off a list of recent acquisitions. “I've got a new one called Thai Funk. It's great, it's off of Bangkok ZudRangMa Records. I have another one called The Sounds Of Siam and one called Beautiful Rivers And Mountains:...

Posted 21 Feb 2012 @ 2:03pm

After being announced for Groovin' The Moo, a sideshow has been announced for Grammy nominated New Orleans three-piece, Mutemath.  


It'll be their very first time in Australia. Since 2004 the genre bending trio have taken it upon themselves to deliver music that is unequivocally and defiantly their own. Since releasing their first EP in late 2004, Mutemath's inherent nature has...

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