Musician Daniel Freitag and Manuel & Max Creative Studio present a new music project bootleg based on blank vinyl scratches, the first live recording that is made by the audience.

"We produced empty vinyls. No music. No Sound. Before concerts we put them on the floor and people danced on them. After the concerts the records were scratched. These scratches made sound on the record player. We mixed this noise in the studio and created new tracks out of it," Manuel & Max explain on their website.

The audio is then mixed in a studio, and the damage done by the live show is transformed into instrumental compositions by Daniel Freitag. So far, they have recorded concerts of Die Antwoord, Gold Panda, The Roots, Apparat, and Deadmau5.

[via Design Boom]