If you are looking for some new catchy tunes, be sure to check out Machines Are People Too‘s sophomore EP, Nickels and Dimes. We have been following these guys for some time now and are pumped that they have new material, and yes, it is just as catchy and fun as their first EP, The Fever. Released just last week, Nickels and Dimes retains the band’s signature qualities; catchy synth riffs and captivating melodies, accompanied by front man Brian Sylvester’s hypnotic and distinctive vocals, while also chartering new territory. Throughout all 5 tracks, the band explores new tones and themes which capture a near childlike quality, grasping at a sort of lost adolescence.
Since the release of their first EP last summer, the quartet has relocated from Chattanooga, TN, where the band was originally formed, to here in Nashville and we at CAS couldn’t be more excited to have them. We are even more amped to hear MRP2 when they take the stage at 3rd and Lindsley for their first Cause A Scene show on August 16th with Nashville brethren Vinyl Thief and The Joy of Painting. The show will be a CAS first at 3rd and Lindsley and you can get your tickets in advance here.
Nickels and Dimes is available for purchase on iTunes and you can hear it on their BandCamp page here. Check out the video for their single “Do What You Love,” which released last week along with their EP, below.
Machines Are People Too- ‘Do What You Love’