Also known as Mute Math
Members of Mutemath: Darren King, Greg Hill (2), Paul Meany, Roy Mitchell
This performer (group) in the Internet:,,!/MUTEMATH,,,,

Discography of Mutemath:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Reset EP 7 Audio 2004-09-28
2 Mutemath 22 Audio 2006-09-26
3 Flesh And Bones Electric Fun 16 Audio 2007-03-20 Teleprompt Records
4 Reset EP 7 Audio 2004 Word Entertainment
5 Armistice 12 Audio 2009-08-18
6 Spotlight EP 4 Audio 2009-04-19
7 Mutemath 14 Audio 2006-09-26
8 Armistice Live 13 Audio 2010
9 Reset EP 7 Audio 2004-09-28 Word Entertainment
10 Typical 4 Audio 2007 Warner Bros. Records
11 Odd Soul 13 Audio 2011-10-04
12 Mutemath 14 Audio 2006-09-26
13 Odd Soul 13 Audio 2012-01-10
14 Armistice Live 3 Audio 2010-09-02 Warner Bros. Records
15 Blood Pressure 3 Audio 2011
16 Backfire B/W Architecture 2 Audio 2009
17 Armistice 15 Audio 2009-08-05
18 Flesh And Bones Electric Fun 16 Audio 2007 Teleprompt Records
19 Live In DC 7 Audio 2012-08-03
20 Mutemath 14 Audio 2006-08-17 Not On Label (Mutemath)
21 Mutemath 13 Audio 2005 Teleprompt Records
22 Typical 3 Audio 2007

Mutemath or energetically stylized as MUTEMATH on artwork, initially named [url=]MATH[/url], were officially formed in 2003 after Paul Meany and Darren King spent two years collaborating and sharing ideas on various pieces they were working on. The pair recruited Greg Hill and Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas to help record a demo in New Orleans, and Meany took the resulting tracks to friend and producer [a=Tedd T]. Between the two of them, it was decided to set up an independent label through which Mutemath could release their material, and so [l=Teleprompt Records] was born.

Mutemath's sound is, in some ways, an extension of that of [a930599]'s, since all the Mutemath members (apart from Greg Hill) were members of that group. Though they only ever released one full-length commercial album, Earthsuit mixed genres such as rock, reggae, funk, jazz and electronica. Mutemath take this blend a step further and aim for a more experimental and atmospheric sound, with fans dubbing their style as electro-alt rock, incorporating a strong rhymthic component, as well as featuring Meany's infamous keytar and a home-made theremin-inspired guitar. The band has been quoted as saying that they do not write with any conscious thought of how their music will translate to the stage, however, this hasn't stopped Mutemath's live shows becoming renowned for their energy and live improvisation.

In April 2011, the band announced on their website that Greg Hill left the band in October 2010.

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