During the US Open, James Murphy, former frontman of electronic dance-punk band LCD Soundsystem, teamed up with IBM for a special project: taking data from the tennis tournament and transforming it into electronic tunes. The music was interesting, but it was ambient, without a consistent melody. Now that problem's been remedied. Murphy remixed sounds from two matches into dark, funky jams. You can listen to them here.
Listen to two remixes LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy made from tennis data
Listen to two remixes LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy made from tennis data/
Murphy made music from US Open data, and now he's released actual songs