Unidentified Flying Music: Tunes Created From NASA’s Sound Archives [AUDIO]

You probably didn’t know that NASA has recorded years and years of sounds from its space expeditions. Moreover, NASA puts these sound recordings online, on SoundCloud, for people to use however they want for free.

So when musicians Davide Cairo and Giacomo Muzzacato came across the archive, they had the brilliant idea to turn the recorded noises into music. Cairo and Muzzacato transform all the beeps, mechanical clamor, launch commentary, and more into some pretty incredible tunes.

The two musicians released their creations in an EP called 80UA. Each of the songs are instrumental and beat-heavy, and you likely won’t be able to identify the sounds as coming from NASA, a testament to the music’s artistry.


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