Hacking records is old hat in the music world. But have you ever wondered what happens when you hack everything you can find into a whirling tower of techno-making mechanical marvels? See above.

London-based musician Graham Dunning is a tinkerer, to say the least. The artist spliced various pieces of metal onto records, stacked them up, and plugged in a plethora of technology to create a delightfully analog machine that makes electronic-sounding music.

It’s all based on a Technics turntable, and the end result sounds like an acid trip.

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GIF by Michael Hession.


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