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by Paul Cashmere on May 25, 2012

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Grammy nominated New Orleans band Mutemath kicked off in 2004 and released their self-titled debut in 2006.

They describe their sound as “rooted in New Orleans rhythm and blues”. The most recent album ‘Odd Soul’ was recorded at singer Paul Meany’s home.

On their first ever trip to Australia, Mutemath dropped by to tell the Mutemath story to Paul Cashmere.

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