The Sound of MuteMath.
Electrify - Armistice
MuteMath consists the incredible sounds of the vocals and keys by Paul Meany, the bass and the guitar of Roy Mitchell, and the drums of Darren King. They have what I’d like to think is a modern twist on the integrated sounds and elements of psychedelia, electronica, and even some gospel (Paul Meany’s vocals). They’ve recently taken the music world by storm with their album release of Odd Soul.
You can hear a large spectrum of influences in their music, which helps shape it to this spectacularly shaped form, which is what makes MuteMath. It’s as if you took some Led Zeppelin from the Hard Rock genre with some Jimi Hendrix in the Psychedelic era, and threw them into the Tardis to time travel in the future to blend them with modern ambiance of electronica. What makes them even more unique; they’re based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. They’ve developed their sound the same way any master of music would: through experimentation. MuteMath seriously boldly goes to this territory, proving that random can be brilliant. If there’s ever an angry old man sitting on a porch saying “These whipper snappers these days wouldn’t know good music if it hit them in the face!” Hit him with some MuteMath (figuratively, not literally). They’ve got some great sounds from the older days of rock and roll, and their style satisfies the thirst for that sound.
Blood Pressure - Odd Soul
(The things that happen in this video is in the title itself. Enjoy.)
MuteMath has a completely sophisticated development of sound. If you haven’t checked them out, I highly encourage you to, and to do so, I’ve even included a playlist of my personal favorite MuteMath songs. You’re welcome, and I love you.
If you dig what you hear, here’s the link to their official page and their facebook page. Now go save the world.
Written by Deanna Trombley