TVD Recommends: MuteMath at
The Black Sheep, 9/15

When MuteMath last visited the state of Colorado, it was to a sold out Gothic Theater last January.  The electric maestros packed such a surplus of their renowned showmanship into the sizable Denver venue that the show immediately stole the spot of best anything I’ve ever seen live.  

Tomorrow they will be playing Colorado Springs’ staple venue The Black Sheep.  To give you an idea of what this means, Denver’s Gothic seats 1000, and the Black Sheep is packed at 450. I expect structural damage.

If you’ve never been to one, a MuteMath show is no ordinary thing.  While in town for the aforementioned Gothic performance the band met up with us for an episode of TVD-TV wherein they opened up about some of the antics the four piece works into their live shows.

If you’ve never been to one, a MuteMath show is no ordinary thing. What they have planned for the single story Black Sheep is anybody’s guess. King did pay a visit to the Blacksheep with wifey and Eisley member, Stacy Dupree-King when the Dupree sibling sensations played an amazing show there last year.  Since he’s familiar with the venue, I can only hope for some masterful or maniacal purposefulness behind the spate of smaller venues they’re visiting on their current tour.

Case in point: if you are a resident of Colorado Springs and have all your affairs in order, be at this show.

Doors open at 7pm.

Opening for MuteMath is Civil Twilight.

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