Moritz Simon Geist makes use of sonic robots to make techno music. The small machines click on on and whir collectively to sort catchy tunes.
Geist builds his ‘units’ in a workshop in Dresden, Germany, according to Wired. Some are constituted of regularly devices like screwdrivers, whereas others use 3D-printed parts and metallic gadgets.
‘I needed one factor I’d contact,’ he suggested Wired. ‘So I constructed my very personal units.’
Geist’s upcoming The Supplies Flip will attribute four songs completely created with units he made, resembling beat machines constituted of exhausting drives, consistent with Wired. The EP comes out in October.
‘Robots and techno—I suggest, come on,’ he suggested Wired. ‘It’s machine music.’