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Mutemath makes magic

7 October 2012 By Mary Miles, Contributing Writer No Comments
The Towerlight gave away free tickets to see alternative rock band Mutemath at Rams Head Live! Saturday night

My incredibly high expectations were met at the Mutemath show at Rams Head Live! Saturday night.

Civil Twilight warmed up the crowd by opening the show with their powerful melodies and tight harmonies.

Their music was a beautiful explosion of sound that filled the room.

The set was low energy, but still engaging.

Their talent and the innovative twists they put on their music was impressive.

Civil Twilight’s brilliant music caught the attention of the crowd and did not disappoint.

After the opening bands, the room’s energy got more intense and excitement filled the air.

The crowd was chanting for Mutemath and went crazy when the lights finally dimmed.

The band entered in through the crowd, playing drums and banging cymbals. They climbed onto the stage and started with the song “Odd Soul.” The band was wild on stage and the crowd fed off their high energy.

Even during slower songs like “Clipping,” the band managed to keep the crowd excited and connected.

Mutemath’s drummer, Darren King and lead vocalist, Paul Meany were especially impressive.

King played incredibly difficult fills with ease and it was clear he was having the time of his life.

Meany has a strong, soulful voice and he showed wide range and control during “Progress.”

Mutemath had fantastic stage presence and everyone in the room danced and sang throughout the whole show.

Their passion and energy was contagious and excited everyone in the room. Mutemath put on a great show live and definitely lived up to the hype.

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