Mute Math Playing Revolution Live November 4

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Want to see something a little different in November? Try Mute Math, a new wave, post-rock, alternative hybrid band from New Orleans. I guess they're not entirely new or undiscovered, seeing as they've been nominated for a Grammy for their "Typical" video (found after the jump) and they're playing at Revolution rather than some bar off Dixie Highway. Mute Math will be touring in support of their upcoming album "Armistice" slated to hit on August 18th. Tickets go on sale July 3 for $19, and as an added bonus, if you pick them up via Ticketmaster online, you get a 3-song download of Mute Math B-Sides!

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