““Fossils of Ancient Robots, if you've never seen them live, puts on an AMAZING show -- full of energy, great lyrics and vocals, and a heavy synthesizer-driven rhythm that reminds me of what might happen if A-Ha (you know, 1980s hit "Take On Me") listened to Ghostland Observatory or STS9 or even Pretty Lights a whole lot and then recorded a new album or went on tour again. For real. They also remind me a lot of the Scissor Sisters. They are so much fun! The music is thoroughly geared to a dance party.””
“KXUA 88.3FM review of Fossils of Ancient Robots' EP "Dead Letters", now in on air rotation...Perhaps you attended the surprising Fayetteville premiere live performance of Eureka Springs’ Fossils of Ancient Robots. Who knew there was a synth pop/dark disco band homegrown and active in Arkansas? Also surprising was the epic length of their performance at Smoke & Barrel (03/26/11), with a seemingly endless supply of instrumental and vocal material. The six songs collected on this EP exhibit diverse styles, some more successfully executed than others, but still…a promising beginning to this area’s most unique band.”
"Fossils of Ancient Robots are an experience that I find hard to describe, but their music is multi-generationally pleasing and ahead of its time. Check them out on My Space and FaceBook for a sample, but you have got to be there to really get it."