CD Review: Mutemath — Odd Soul; Playing Revolution Music Room, October 11

CD Review: Mutemath — Odd Soul; Playing Revolution Music Room, October 11

Mutemath
Odd Soul
Warner Brothers Records

By Ellen Eldridge

My interest in Mutemath reached its peak when I heard the term “mathrock,” because I assumed Mutemath would use more than the standard 4/4 time signature. I expected something of an intellectual band rich with musical texture, and style. Honestly, I don’t know why I thought this way. Mutemath played it Armistice Tour in the fall of 2009, and I heard them while covering the support act As Tall As Lions. Again, I felt intrigue and liked what I heard from the stage, but never gave the music much of a chance. With the release of Odd Soul, I can wrap my mind around the song structure and intelligent lyrics. Read more about CD Review: Mutemath — Odd Soul; Playing Revolution Music Room, October 11

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