MUTEMATH electrifies the stage @ The Regency Ballroom

Photo by Daniel Ucko.

MUTE MATH stopped by San Francisco last week in support of the band‘s third full length album “Odd Soul”.

Since I saw this New Orleans-based fourpiece open for emo-rockers Mae at The Glasshouse in Pomona, CA, they have become a staple of in my music library.

I’ve seen them live a handful of times and these guys never disappoint on stage. From the moment I laid ears on “Reset”, my mind instantly went to Radiohead, and it only got better from there.

Mute Math gracefully slides between frenetic, synth-laden rock with hook-heavy riffs and Rhodes-style keys reminiscent of “Kid A”.

But to compare this band to any other isn’t truly worth it. The group incorporates jazz, funk, rock and soul and spits it out as some futuristic rock shit.

Taking a page from OK Go, Mute Math continues to reinvent both the music video and live show with an infusion of creative ideas that keep up with the times.

Check out some clips from Mute Math @ The Regency Ballroom and you’ll know what I’m talking about.

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