ARTS Pick: MUTEMATH

MUTEMATH subtracts, then adds a guitarist and comes out on top at The Jefferson. Photo: Claire Vogel. MUTEMATH subtracts, then adds a guitarist and comes out on top at The Jefferson. Photo: Claire Vogel.

The once upon a time indie art rock darling MUTEMATH has moved from obscurity to hawking Hondas and iPods. Still, it remains a truly worthy band, adept at navigating occupational circumstances, from label battles to member loss, and holding the ground necessary to outlast the onslaught of today’s 15-minute hitmakers. The New Orleans-based group is not only surviving but flourishing behind its third studio release, Odd Soul.

Monday 10/8 $20-25, 8pm. Jefferson Theater, 110 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 245-4980.

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