Make Music By Solving or Scrambling This Sequencer's Rubik Cubes

With a little custom software, a camera, and some musical know-how, you can turn sixteen customized Rubik's Cubes into a unique interface for a music sequencer. However, unless you're one of those Rubik's idiot savants who can solve them in seconds, this probably isn't the best instrument for live performances. »3/18/15 9:25am3/18/15 9:25am

How Aphex Twin Fans Discovered—And Released—A Lost Album

Disquiet's Marc Weidenbaum caught up with Joyrex, who recently helped lead the way in discovering—and releasing—a lost Aphex Twin album from the 1990s. Available commercially now for the first time ever, the album was produced the same year as Selected Ambient Works Vol. II. In this interview, Joyrex discusses the… »4/11/14 10:59am4/11/14 10:59am

Discover Musical Instruments Everywhere With This Tiny Synthesizer

London-based duo Dentaku have made digital instruments out of beer bottles, text messages, and color-sensing robots. But, for their latest trick, Yuri Suzuki and Mark McKeague want to let you make music. Meet Ototo, a tiny synthesizer that lets you make almost anything—from oranges to origami—into an instrument. »10/31/13 11:20am10/31/13 11:20am

Download Daft Punk's New Song 'Get Lucky'—The Radio Edit—Right Now

Daft Punk's newest song Get Lucky from their upcoming album Random Access Memories has come with so much buzz that the only thing that can rival its thousands of leaks and millions of rumors is the next iPhone. Some people stitched together catchy loops from the SNL commercial, other people prayed for Coachella, but… »4/18/13 11:37pm4/18/13 11:37pm