Stream James Murphy’s Remixes Made Out Of Tennis Data

Like only he could.

James Murphy recently teamed with IBM to take data collected during the US Open—serve speeds, faults, number of aces, and so on—and spin the results into a 400-hour musical soundscape. (Check out the below video for more on their process.) Now, the former LCD Soundsystem frontman has trimmed the project down into a more manageable twelve tracks; while it's possible that a tennis-savvy listener might be able to pull moments or matches out of the music, we hear a sprawl of spare, avant-garde electronica culled by one of the genre's contemporary luminaries. Have a listen below.

Photo credit: Jac Cheairs

Stream James Murphy’s Remixes Made Out Of Tennis Data