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Computer vs. Banjo

Computer vs. Banjo

Computer vs. Banjo


"Everything from guitars, drum machines and banjos to dobros, synths and mandolins are thrown into the musical blender. The result is a series of tasty digifolk jams from a band who doesn't need a weatherman to tell it which way the zeitgeist is blowing." -Wired "The name of the Nashville band Computer Vs. Banjo says it all: Johnny Mann and Beau Stapleton blend folky banjos and acoustic guitars with synth-heavy electronica and experimental beats. Read more on Last.fm
"Everything from guitars, drum machines and banjos to dobros, synths and mandolins are thrown into the musical blender. The result is a series of tasty digifolk jams from a band who doesn't need a weatherman to tell it which way the zeitgeist is blowing." -Wired "The name of the Nashville band Computer Vs. Banjo says it all: Johnny Mann and Beau Stapleton blend folky banjos and acoustic guitars with synth-heavy electronica and experimental beats. The computer tends to win the battle on the group's self-titled debut, but countless computerized samples of more traditional instruments give the record an eclectic, genre-bending sound." -NPR "Mann and Stapleton have created something truly extraordinary in Computer vs.

Banjo's unique sound, making them Nashville's next big thing." -PopWreck(oning) "From the very first listen, I was in love with this album. If Ill Lit and Califone had a love child, it would be these guys." -Fuzzy Lion "Thankfully, CvB is just what I thought it was going to be. Catchy electro pop matched with poignant banjo, handclaps, fuzzed vocals and irresistible desire to hit repeat." -Perfect Porridge If you've always pigeonholed folk and electronica as polar opposites, Computer Vs. Banjo will make you rethink everything you thought about both.

Hatched in the musical crucible of Nashville, the genre-bending band fuses fingerpicked folk with experimental beats to create such a full, original sound, it's hard to believe CVB is just a duo. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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