Z-Machines is a band from Japan who is entirely comprised of robots.
The group started touring last summer and is made of some interesting and high-skilled band members. The band was created by Yoichiro Kawaguchi and consists of three robots: Mach on guitar who has 78 fingers, Ashura on percussion with 22 arms and Cosmo on keyboard. Its first album, which was recorded for British label Warp Records, is aptly titled 'Music for Robots' and it sounds like something no human could ever produce. Its music is said to be haunting and upbeat while also evoking emotions.
This robotic band is setting the bar high for human musicians. Its unparalleled sound is energetic and bold and people will be flocking to see this band for its novelty. While the music may not be something that everyone can dance to, the show is balanced by an array of lights and a animated, lively robots, which is something everyone can appreciate.
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