M.U.T.O are three ineffable beings (and one rather more effable one) who were secreted millions of years ago from a lava pit that would one day become Canterbury. These creatures evolved to thrive in the intense heat and radioactivity of ancient earth. To survive in modern day Kent, they are forced to survive on the pure, focused energy produced from the primordial soup of riff- driven disco funk which infuses their every performance. Without their influences, which range from Sly and the Family Stone to NoFX via Nick Cave and Kreeps, they may have disappeared into myth – the south east’s own Cthulu. By the strangest coincidence, the tectonic, action-man disco sounds emanating from these frightfully well-dressed, colour-coordinated beasts sends us mere humans into a breathless, gooey, joyous frenzy.
Bathtime takes the atmospherics of Phoenix to a whole new extreme. The guitar and theremin coccoon the listener while the vocals echo into infinity
Kill All The Bees
This funk rock favourite starts with a theremin scream from outer space and blasts into blistering riffs and lyrics that in turn confuse and enlighten, all delivered with desparate urgency
A funk rock tale of your local renegade pervert
Sex, Guns and Mystery
This slice of rock hints at M.U.T.O's obsession with the supernatural, along with their trade mark lyrical quirks.
Haunting and atmospheric, yet still showcasing M.U.T.O's trademark funk
IOU: Vampire Fun
Hard rock and funky licks set the scene for a trip into the mind of an unusual member of the undead
Lyrical guitar licks interplay with funky bass and disco drums before giving way to pure rock slthering
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