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Mute Math

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Taking cues from several decades of alternative rock, MUTEMATH (also known as Mute Math and MuteMath) fuse together New Order's synth-dance epics, the Stone Roses' shambling shuffle, Radiohead's chilliness, Air's ambient pop, and the booming vocals of mainstream pop/rock. Singer Paul Meany, formerly of the Christian rock group Earthsuit, was working in New Orleans when he began a long-distance musical correspondence with drummer/programmer Darren King, who was based in Springfield, Missouri. The two began sending CD-Rs back and forth up the Mississippi River, eventually putting enough songs together to convince King to relocate to New Orleans and start a proper band. After adding guitarist Greg Hill and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cardenas, the new band completed the Meany-King compositions in 2003; Meany then took the resulting demo to noted CCM producer Tedd T., who was enthusiastic enough to launch a new indie label, Teleprompt Records, in order to release 2004's Reset EP. The EP's success allowed MUTEMATH and Teleprompt to negotiate a distribution deal with Warner Bros., which reissued the EP in 2005. Although MUTEMATH completed their self-titled debut album that same year, marketing disputes between Teleprompt and Warner Bros. delayed its release for nearly a year. MUTEMATH and Teleprompt filed suit against the major label, claiming breach of contract and negligent misrepresentation. The band's website announced that the suit was settled out of court, concurrent with the signing of an improved deal with Warner Bros. An expanded version of MUTEMATH, featuring remastered tracks from Reset and a bonus limited-edition live EP, was released on September 26, 2006. "Typical" proved to be a modestly successful single, cracking the mainstream rock charts in 2007 and finding a home on MTV, where the song's Grammy-nominated video became a hit. Tours with Eisley, Alanis Morissette, and Matchbox Twenty honed the band's live chops, and MUTEMATH returned in 2009 with a new album, Armistice. The album debuted at number 18, and MUTEMATH toured heavily in support, capturing one of their live shows on the 2010 concert album Armistice Live. Todd Gummerman replaced guitarist Greg Hill that October, and the follow-up studio album, Odd Soul, was released in 2011. Vitals, the band's fourth studio long-player, was issued in 2015 via the band's own label, Wojtek Records, and featured the singles "Monument" and "Used To." The following year saw the release of "Changes," a new MUTEMATH single that, along with several remixes from the Vitals sessions, was included on an album of the same name. ~ Stewart Mason
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Stations Featuring
Mute Math

    New Alternative First

    New Alternative First
    1 song

    Top Alternative

    Top Alternative
    2 songs

    Alternative Mix

    Alternative Mix
    2 songs

    Pop Rock

    Pop Rock
    2 songs

    Christian Rock

    4 songs

    Indietronica

    2 songs

    Top Indie

    4 songs

    Indie Rock Mix

    4 songs

    Indie Party

    4 songs

Albums by
Mute Math

Top Songs by
Mute Math

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Typical
  3.   Chaos
  4.   Control
  5.   Backfire
  6.   Blood Pressure
  7.   Changes
  8.   Monument
  9.   Spotlight
  10.   Hit Parade
  11.   Used To
  12.   Electrify
  13.   Noticed
  14.   Armistice
  15.   The Nerve
  16.   Goodbye
  17.   Joy Rides
  18.   Remain
  19.   Clockwork
  20.   Allies
  21.   You Are Mine
  22.   Transformers Theme
  23.   Reset
  24.   Vitals
  25.   Light Up
  26.   Odds
  27.   Plan B
  28.   Stratosphere
  29.   Intro
  30.   Quarantine
  31.   Prytania
  32.   Equals
  33.   Burden
  34.   Lost Year
  35.   Pins and Needles
  36.   Clipping
  37.   Stall Out
  38.   Break the Same
  39.   Obsolete
  40.   Safe If We Don't Look Down
  41.   Bulletproof
  42.   Best of Intentions
  43.   Composed
  44.   All I See
  45.   Walking Paranoia
  46.   Tell Your Heart Heads Up
  47.   Sun Ray
  48.   Cavalries
  49.   Odd Soul
  50.   Valium
  51.   No Response
  52.   Earlylight
  53.   Stare At The Sun/Obsolete
  54.   Collapse
  55.   Stare at the Sun
  56.   After We Have Left Our Homes
  57.   Picture
  58.   Progress
  59.   All or Nothing
  60.   One More
  61.   In No Time

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