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Odd Soul

by Mutemath

Odd Soul by Mutemath

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Odd Soul

by Mutemath

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Label: Teleprompt/Warner Bros.
Mutemath aren't the most original alt-rockers out there -- yet they don't lack ambition, that's for sure. Odd Soul is a rather epic listen. The band's core sound is post-Radiohead prog pop tricked out with electronica and a strutting funk that can be described as new romanticism on amphetamines. "Prytania" and the Santana-inspired "One More" are two of the better tracks that exemplify this. These tunes also serve as a showcase for what are ultimately Mutemath's most vital, if understated, assets: drummer Darren King and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas. They're a commanding rhythm section.

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Mutemath aren't the most original alt-rockers out there -- yet they don't lack ambition, that's for sure. Odd Soul is a rather epic listen. The band's core sound is post-Radiohead prog pop tricked out with electronica and a strutting funk that can be described as new romanticism on amphetamines. "Prytania" and the Santana-inspired "One More" are two of the better tracks that exemplify this. These tunes also serve as a showcase for what are ultimately Mutemath's most vital, if understated, assets: drummer Darren King and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas. They're a commanding rhythm section.

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About This Album

Mutemath aren't the most original alt-rockers out there -- yet they don't lack ambition, that's for sure. Odd Soul is a rather epic listen. The band's core sound is post-Radiohead prog pop tricked out with electronica and a strutting funk that can be described as new romanticism on amphetamines. "Prytania" and the Santana-inspired "One More" are two of the better tracks that exemplify this. These tunes also serve as a showcase for what are ultimately Mutemath's most vital, if understated, assets: drummer Darren King and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas. They're a commanding rhythm section.