Math the Band
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Math the Band
performing on April 2012
|Origin||Providence, Rhode Island, United States|
|Labels||Slanty Shanty Records|
Anchor Brain Records
Math the Band is an American electronic rock group formed in 2001 in Westford, Massachusetts by Kevin Steinhauser, with Justine Mainville joining in 2007. The band uses vintage analog synthesizers, drum machines, hacked videogame systems and homemade synthesizers to make loud, fast, punk music. The band's style has been sometimes called Nintendocore. The band has performed over 1000 shows throughout the United States, Mexico, Canada, and the United Kingdom, touring with bands such as Andrew W.K., Japanther, Wheatus, MC Frontalot, mc chris, MC Lars, and Peelander-Z. Math the Band has been featured in several magazines such as Venus Zine and Keyboard Magazine. They were also featured on NPR Music. Now based in Providence, Rhode Island, Math the Band are artists in residence at the non-profit, AS220.
In 2014, Math the Band added Jon Pagano, Neil King, Max Holbrook, Jeff McGowen and Joe DeGeorge to their line-up and modified the band name to "Math the Band the Band". They now play as this outfit.
- 2004 - Robots Will Rise
- 2004 - The Lost Levels
- 2004 - Eep! An EP!
- 2004 - A One Man Band For Single Celled Organisms
- 2005 - Math the Band and the Secret of Mystery Island
- 2005 - Imaginary Everything
- 2006 - All Good Things, All in Good Time
- 2008 - Math the Band Banned the Math
- 2009 - Don't Worry
- 2012 - Get Real
- 2014 -"Stupid and Weird"
- 2015 -"Math the Band the Band The Album"
|2012 — GET REAL!|
GET REAL! is the tenth studio album by Math the Band. Released in November 2012, the album includes 16 songs, 13 of which have accompanying music videos.
- 2014 - Stupid and Weird
- 2015 - Math the Band the Band - The Album
- 2005 - Math the Band and the Secret of Mystery Island (EP version)
- 2006 - Nature EP
- 2006 - Shoes EP
- 2007 - Hair EP
- 2007 - Teeth EP
- 2007 - Covers EP
- 2008 - Tour de Friends
- 2011 - Get off My Lawn EP
- 2012 - Best Swishes, Thanks a Dunks
|2013 — January 2008 (single)|
January 2008 - is a single released by Math the Band in November 2013. The song became the first single from the album Stupid And Weird, which will be released in 2014.[needs update]
The video was loaded on YouTube channel at November 22, 2013. At the beginning it shows a girl, which is playing the slot machines. Then mother tries to take her back, but her phone rings, and while she is speaking on the phone, the girl creeps under the slot machine and enters the portal through which she penetrates into the forest. There she runs away from various monsters and beasts and kills them with gun.
When "the strongets beast" is killed she turns to the game club (where her mother didn't notice her disappearance) with a large number of ribbons, which she gives to assistants in return for a saxophone (and the song begins to play saxophone).
- 2009 - Up End Atom: A Tribute To Atom And His Package
- "Upside Down From Here" (originally by Adam Goren)
|2009||Why Didn't You Get Haircut?|
|Hang Out/Hang Ten|
|2011||Four To Six|
|I Hope You Die|
|Stay Real (Sock It To Me Satan)|
|Brand New Physics|
-  Archived June 29, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
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- Hilton, Robin. "Second Stage: Math The Band : All Songs Considered". NPR. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "MATH THE BAND "Four To Six" music video". YouTube. 2012-02-15. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "DOWN" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-11-01. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Horses" Music Video". YouTube. 2010-02-24. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "I Hope You Die" Music Video". YouTube. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Bad Jokes" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-11-05. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Stay Real (Sock it to me Satan)" Music Video". YouTube. 2013-02-05. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math The Band - "Positive Stress" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-11-04. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Get Real" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-11-16. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "GUTS" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-11-22. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Brand New Physics" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-12-03. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "NAHH" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-12-13. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Mission Statement" Music Video". YouTube. 2012-12-31. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
- "Math the Band - "Hey Alright" Music Video". YouTube. 2013-04-10. Retrieved 2013-09-02.