In 2007 MUTEMATH played a short green room set at 1065 The END. Their song Typical was beginning to take off and the band had a ton of momentum going for them. The darlings of New Orleans were in store for a successful wave of touring that solidified them as one of, if not the best, live bands on the circuit. It was their first acoustic showcase and we were fortunate to have hosted. Drummer Darren King jammed on a snare and guitar case that day and still managed to bring the same intensity he is now famous for.
MUTEMATH is known for making anything sound great; be it a busted up high-hat cymbal (see above), a worn down kick drum, or even the stage itself (Bojangles' Arena). If you can mic it, they can play it. Their signature sound of "controlled chaos" sucks you in, bangs you around and tosses you out better than before. This pared down 1065 The END IHeartRadio session in Charlotte on March 14, 2012 hinted at what they were to deliver later that night at Amos' Southend. If you've seen them before you know exactly what we mean. Enjoy!
MUTEMATH - "Blood Pressure"
MUTEMATH - "Odd Soul"
MUTEMATH - "Fallin'"