Larry sat down with MUTEMATH at the end of their Australian tour to talk about their experiences here, road testing new songs in Perth, their new recording studio, plans for the next album, playing in Singapore, the New Orleans rock scene, the genius of tourmates Big Scary and much more...
Once in a while a band comes along, with stage presence to charm the pants off the audience while having their craft refined down to a tee. That band is Mutemath.
New Orleans band Mutemath return to Australia for their second tour. Pete Dovgan was there to capture the action.
I don’t think I’ve ever arrived at Fowler’s Live for a show and have found myself in quite an impressive line up before, but here we are. Mutemath are in town tonight on their national tour and as someone who’s been following them since their debut record back in 2006, I felt like this was going to be a special night – I thought they would have played a bigger venue.
In this issue: Birds of Tokyo add final shows to their tour; Josh Groban adds second Sydney show; Wild Nothings name support groups; The Lumineers change a date and venue; Pennywise set date for Adelaide show; Tim Rogers and The Bamboos’ tickets selling fast; Tex Napalm and Dimi Dero have added a new show and band member for Australia tour; Big scary joins Mutemath on the road and The Neville Staple Band cancels shows.
After kicking ass at Groovin' The Moo earlier this year, Mutemath will be coming back to the country to show off what they've been working on for their new album! March 2013 will see the band taking to a few venues in Australian capital cities to continue the love affair that has been sparked between the band and our country on a tour that will no doubt go to lengths to entertain and impress!
MUTEMATH - AUSTRALIAN TOUR - APRIL 2013
In This Issue:Vice’s Youtube Channel, Adele and Flo Rida hold strong in the ARIA charts, WAM Hall of Fame inductees announced, EMI Australia signs worldwide publishing deal with Timomatic, Mutemath to pay your rent, Tonight Alive nominated for Kerrang! Awards, Perisher Snowy Mountains of Music Busking competition, AMRAP funding cut, Jagermeister charts, The International Space Time Concerto competition, Daniel Smallman launches new label Battle, Triple J’s Tom and Alexercise programme, International Songwriting Competition winners, performance opportunities for Folk and Blues musicians, and much more…
A dusty, regional showground housing some of the biggest Australian and international acts can only mean one thing, Groovin' The Moo is here! Lachlan Mitchell brings us these photos from the Maitland leg.