#1
Anyone hear of this band? They are really awesome. They played at Youth Quake in Saskatchewan and put on an amazing performance that I'll never forget. Damn it was amazing. So I bought their album, and I'm loving it. They don't sound like anything I've heard before (I don't listen to many bands though...).
#4
Umm...they're like...well I don't know. They use a keyboard, and samples, and awesome bass effects. They're kinda like experimental rock or something. I dunno, someone help me out.
#7
****in awesome band, im glad i asked the record store what it was they were playing in the store.
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#8
I just saw them at the Toronto Opera House last week. Effing brilliant. Had such a good stage energy about them, really good showmanship. Would for sure see them again, and would recommend it to anyone I know.
#9
I guess they're alright. I haven't heard anything from them to suggest brilliance, though.
#11
hey threadstarter did you notice they played em twice in the past two weeks on the wedge? but ya i think they're alright but i've only heard chaos.
#12
Mute Math is amazing! I love Typical and Chaos! those are the best!
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#13
Mute Math is amazing, hadn't heard them in a while until a couple of weeks ago... I love Control...
and does the singer sound like Sting or is it just me?
#15
Y'know, I'd heard of these people a quadrillion times before, but I've only recently given them a listen. I heard them on Left of Center for the first time a few weeks ago, and I liked them at first... until I figured out that Chris Sligh had sang "Typical" on American Idol.

That pretty much ruined it for me.
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#16
Yeah i herd of em, their heeeeaps good. especially "Reset" and "Plan B"
#17
I liked them until I found out they were just another cog in the Evangelical Christian Mind Control Apparatus
#18
Saw Mute Math at the Carling Academy, Islington.... Have to say the opening band, Fear of Music, was far better:
http://myspace.com/fearofmusic

Also, anyone heard Earthsuit? That was the dude from Mute Math's first band... They were quite crazy but Christian, which begs the question, is Mute Math a Christian band?
#19
Absolutely one of the best live bands on earth, but nothing to write home about as far as their recorded output is concerned. But really, who cares about the records when the actual performances are so gloriously badass?
#20
Quote by Dylar
Absolutely one of the best live bands on earth, but nothing to write home about as far as their recorded output is concerned. But really, who cares about the records when the actual performances are so gloriously badass?

People who don't get to see them live?
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