Honda Civic Tour Tour
August 14, 2012
Comcast Center – Boston, MA
Photos by: Mary Ouellette
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MUTEMATH will kick off 2012 with a tour that begins January 26th and criss-crosses the U.S. before finishing up on March 18th in Atlanta.
The band are touring in support of their new album Odd Soul, which was released on October 4th.
MUTEMATH headlining tour dates:
01/26 Houston, TX House of Blues
01/27 Austin, TX Stubb’s
01/28 Dallas, TX House of Blues
01/29 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
01/31 Denver, CO Gothic Theatre
02/02 Los Angeles Club Nokia Live
02/03 San Diego, CA 4th and B Concert Theater
02/07 San Francisco, CA The Regency Ballroom
02/08 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
02/10 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo
02/11 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory
02/12 Boise, ID Knitting Factory
02/14 Salt Lake City, UT Club Sound
02/16 Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club
02/17 Chicago, IL House of Blues
02/18 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
02/28 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
03/01 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
03/02 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall
03/03 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
03/04 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
03/07 Boston, MA House of Blues
03/08 New York, NY Best Buy Theater
03/09 Philadelphia, PA Trocadero
03/10 Washington D.C. 9:30 Club
03/11 Norfolk, VA The Norva
03/14 Charlotte, NC Amos’ Southend
03/16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution
03/17 Orlando, FL House of Blues
03/18 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle
An Odd Soul VIP Package for the 2012 tour dates will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time today at http://mutemath.artistarena.com/. For $75, purchasers will receive:
1 general admission ticket to the Odd Soul Tour
1 gatefold vinyl copy of Odd Soul (previously unavailable) + a CD copy
1 Odd Soul Tour t-shirt (with tour dates on back)
1 “first in line” pass guaranteeing early entrance to any show on the tour
1 high-quality MP3 copy of Odd Soul to be delivered as a digital download
1 Odd Soul instrumental album to be delivered as a digital download (available for the first time in this package)
1 Making Of the “Blood Pressure” music video to be delivered as a digital download (available for the first time in this package)
Only limited quantities of the VIP package will be available so fans are encouraged to act fast.
With their new album Odd Soul due out on October 4th, MuteMath recently debuted their new video for the the first single “Blood Pressure on MTV. Check it out below.
The band conceived, coordinated and shot the “Blood Pressure” clip in less than 24 hours. It was edited entirely by drummer Darren King.
April 29, 2010
Beale Street Music Festival
Photos by: Mary Ouellette
For MuteMath, the making of their second studio album “Armistice” could easily be filed under “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”. Pushed to their limits when producer Dennis Herring stepped in and instructed them to scrap what they had and start from scratch may have been the best advice this band has ever received. The band picked up their instruments, started over, and in that moment they reinvented themselves. While the overall process almost lead to the demise of the band, when they finally finished up, they were left with an album that they were all proud of and were happy to call their best work to date.
Blending rock, electronica, pop and alternative styles of music MuteMath create a chaos inspired soundscape that take their fans on a musical journey that truly comes to life when the band hits the stage. If a band is only as good as their last show then MuteMath gets better every day. Their live performance, quickly coined one of the best in the business, is where the band truly thrives.
Consummate road warriors, the band has been on tour since the August release of “Armistice”. Currently out in support of 30 Seconds To Mars, MuteMath has a new live DVD coming out later this year. Drummer Darren King recently called in from the road to talk about their journey.
Interviewed by: Mary Ouellette
April 20, 2010
House of Blues – Boston, MA
Photos by: Mary Ouellette
Reviewed by: Sally Feller
Playing to a respectably crowded House of Blues on a Thursday night, MuteMath kept the energy pulsing through the crowd. Setting the stage with an unexpected dose of incense, the band played all of the crowd favorites and a few select songs from their new album “Armistice.” After reading about some difficulties and professional differences between the members of MuteMath, I wasn’t sure what kind of show to expect—would their performance seem stilted and disjointed, or would they pull together for the love of their music and the fans. I can happily announce that the guys came together to put on a spectacular show and I wouldn’t have known about any of their problems had I not read about them in the local music magazine pre-show.
If you’ve never heard MuteMath before, picture the lovechild of Keane, Muse, and The Bravery. They have a typical indie-pop sound, amped up with piano-heavy tunes and powerful vocals. Filled with catchy beats and fun lyrics, MuteMath creates albums for those listeners seeking something just slightly different from what they hear on the radio and those who are, perhaps, not quite ready for a jump into the more disjointed, edgy indie bands.
The crowd really got into “Typical,” shouting lyrics and trying not to slosh their drinks while jumping around. Once “Spotlight” pumped through the speakers, it seemed that people were trying to pretend that they didn’t know the words, for fear of making it public knowledge that they listened to the “Twilight Soundtrack,” but they couldn’t stop themselves—MuteMath plays catchy tunes and I dare you to not sing along at their live show; I DARE YOU.
Even the mellow ballads like “You Are Mine” came off with energy and feeling, thanks to the stellar performance by MuteMath. Often in a mid-sized venue these songs can sound a little flat and dull, given the amount of people and the open space, but MuteMath were blessed with a great sized audience and Paul Meany’s heartfelt vocals. There was even some xylophone rocking out going on, in a non-ironic way, which should sell you on checking them out in your own town during the remainder of their tour.
F0r more on MuteMath visit their official website
Mutemath announces Fall 2009 “ARMISTICE” Tour in support of the band’s second album for Teleprompt/Warner Bros. Records. Prior to the Fall 2009 tour, the band will appear at V-Fests in Vancouver and Toronto, and will travel to Japan for the 10th Anniversary of Summer Sonic. On August 18, 2009, Mutemath will perform a special album release party at the House of Blues in New Orleans with special guests and New Orleans favorites, the Rebirth Brass Band. The band will conclude the Fall tour with four headlining shows in Japan. Stay tuned for details about an innovative national listing party to be rolled out in advance of the release of “ARMISTICE.” Pre-sales begin June 19, 2009. National on-sale date is July 3, 2009. Go to www.mutemath.com for further news and details.
July 25 V Fest Vancouver, BC
Aug 7 Summer Sonic fest Japan
Aug 8 Summer Sonic Fest Japan
Aug 9 Summer Sonic Fest Japan
Aug 18 H.O.B. Album Release Party New Orleans, LA
Aug 29 V Fest Toronto, ONT, CAN
Aug 30 V Fest Toronto, ONT, CAN
Sep 22 Bogart’s Cincinnati, OH
Sep 24 Ramshead Live Baltimore, MD
Sep 25 T.L.A. Philadelphia, PA
Sep 26 H.O.B. Cleveland, OH
Sep 27 Clutch Cargo Pontiac, MI
Sep 29 The Majestic Madison, WI
Oct 1 People’s Court Des Moines, IA
Oct 3 ACL Fest Austin, TX
Oct 5 Showbox Seattle, WA
Oct 6 Roseland Theater Portland, OR
Oct 8 Empire Event Center Sacramento, CA
Oct 9 The Fillmore San Francisco, CA
Oct 10 Club Nokia Live Los Angeles, CA
Oct 11 H.O.B. San Diego, CA
Oct 13 H.O.B. Las Vegas, NV
Oct 14 Ogden Theater Denver, CO
Oct 16 Beaumont Club Kansas City, MO
Oct 17 First Avenue Minneapolis, MN
Oct 18 H.O.B. Chicago, IL
Oct 20 Orbit Room Grand Rapids, MI
Oct 22 Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
Oct 23 The Pageant St. Louis, MO
Oct 24 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, OK
Oct 25 New Daisy Memphis, TN
Oct 27 Diamond Ballroom Oklahoma City, OK
Oct 29 The Palladium Dallas, TX
Oct 30 Warehouse Live Houston, TX
Oct 31 Voodoo Fest New Orleans, LA
Nov 2 Alabama Theatre Birmingham, AL
Nov 4 Revolution Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Nov 5 H.O.B. Orlando, FL
Nov 6 The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
Nov 7 Amos Southend Charlotte, NC
Nov 8 War Memorial Auditorium Nashville, TN
Nov 10 The Norva Norfolk, VA
Nov 11 The Synagogue Washington DC
Nov 12 H.O.B. Boston, MA
Nov 13 Nokia Theater New York, NY
Nov 16 Club Quattro Nagoya, Japan
Nov 17 Club Quattro Osaka, Japan
Nov 18 O-East Tokyo, Japan
Nov 19 TBA Tokyo, Japan