The Sound of the Future

A kickball ice cream maker, drug-detecting nail polish, Miranda July's "Somebody" app and more in our look at the web this week

Loop-based music may have revolutionized (and democratized) the production world, but for electronic musicians, it’s also resulted in pretty formulaic club tracks. Taking the less-traveled road, London-based experimental musician Lee Gamble sits down with RBMA Radio to explain his unique composition process, in which he views the computer as a potential instrument (such as recording the output of pieces of software crashing). The results are futuristic sonic hallucinations that feel as if you’re traveling through the inner-workings of a complex machine.