DJ & Dance


When: Sun., Sept. 17, 7 p.m. 2017

The indie rock band Mutemath doesn’t fit the textbook definition of a Christian rock group. The songs don’t make vague references to a higher power and our need to live according to a moral code. And each song isn’t an over-the-top anthem that just oozes with righteousness. But the church did play a significant role in the band’s formation. Drummer Darren King met singer-keyboardist Paul Meany in April of 1997 at a church. The two have toured and recorded as Mutemath ever since. Play Dead, the band's latest album, features shimmering pop tunes ("Hit Parade") and dance-y electronic tracks ("Stroll On"). (Niesel)

Price: $22-$32

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