Less than a month out, two internationals have cancelled and been replaced by two big-name locals.
The band have cited “personal circumstances”.
Playing Groovin the Moo and a bunch of sideshows!
A roundup of all the sideshows announced for Groovin The Moo 2016
In what seemed a rag-tag collection of offcuts, Melbourne’s first taste of Soundwave 2014 action came with a rather strange joining of bands baring no semblance to each other in sound nor shape. New Orleans experimental electro four-piece Mutemath took to the growing crowd at 8pm and it was clear they had their own following
The tide of announcements for Soundwave 2014 sideshows rolls on, with the latest Sidewave corralling three acts that will please any music fans looking to get loud, dirty, sweaty, and sexy: Eagles Of Death Metal, Rocket From The Crypt, and Mutemath on an awesome triple bill. Get ready to die by sexy and get your
Australia has clearly pleased the likes of New Orleans crew Mutemath. Just a matter of months since the band were last here, they have announced another run of tour dates, returning with a new album in hand. While the tour is going to be a perfect opportunity for Mutemath to road test the material we
Currently in Australia as part of this year’s sensational Groovin’ The Moo Festival, American rockers Mutemath have just announced a snazzy new competition offering some different prizes.
All last week Music Feeds featured Brisbane indie outfit The Cairos’ new EP Colours Like Features. Now, to celebrate the EP’s official release, The Cairos are returning to the road for not one, not two, but three different supporting tours.
After barely surviving the self-described ‘completely unenjoyable’ process of recording 2009’s Armistice and parting ways with original guitarist Greg Hill, the indie rocking four-piece from New Orleans known as MUTEMATH retreated into frontman Paul Meany’s home studio
Making their virgin voyage to our shores, New Orleans genre-bending three-piece MUTEMATH have just announced they will be embarking on a national tour of Australia in May, hitting the major East Coast cities and shooting over to Perth as well as venturing out for some regional shows as part of the 2012 Groovin The Moo