"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."
"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