'What will a piece of copper sound like on a turntable?'
It turns out it sounds horrible, but that didn't put us off.
These records were made using the same traditional etching techniques that have been used for centuries by artists such as Rembrandt and Goya. Through lots of experimentation we began to understand which marks make certain noises and through trial and error we were able to find and create rhythms in these copper plates. By physically making our own records and playing them on turntables we gained an understanding about not only how sound can be stored and reproduced but also a knowledge about a wide range of materials, processes and technologies.