I could be crying in front of you, and you wouldn't even know.I may show a normal face outside, but inside I am crying.I think we're all guilty of this on occasion. I just cannot believe it took a band with a "key-tar" to help me figure this out...:)
senor! nice to hear from you.have you seen them live? dude, i saw them live in NYC a few weeks ago and i was BLOWN AWAY. Check them out if they come to your area..
A key-tar LOL...that just rocks.
Have you seen their video podcast on iTunes?
Not on itunes, but i've seen about a thosand clips on their site, You Tube, etc. Just search for Mutemath on YouTube and you'll see a bunch of clips.Nothing beats their live show. Paul and the band came out (keytar and all) and blew the audience away with their energetic set. Lots of shouting, jumping around on stage like madmen, and the keytar sound soaring through the club. I'll say it again, you gotta check them out if you get a chance!
I'm really digging their CD.here's a couple others I've been wearing out:Edison Glass- "A Burn or a Shiver"Downhere- "Wide-Eyed & Mystified"Family Force 5- "Business Up Front/Party in the Back"The Elms- "Chess Hotel"
S.E.,Great words from a band I've never seen before...could tell I ;M GOING TO BE DAZZLED BY THE AURAL EXPERIENCE TOO. It's nice to see you bloggin up a storm,John
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