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Band’s Business Cards Play Music [Video]

Band’s Business Cards Play Music [Video]
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An Electronica group creates a more musical way to make an introduction.

Ross Brooks
  • 29 may 2013

Ritornell are a band whose experimental nature goes beyond their music – especially if their business card is anything to go by.

The band’s business card can be unfolded and fed through a music box, providing each receipient with a musical memory instead of just a slogan or website address. Designed by Katharina Hölz and created using laser assisted milling, there are nine different musical pieces, meaning each person who receives a business card doesn’t always get the same experience.

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The idea was inspired by the band’s live performances, in which they encourage the audience to bring along their own music box. Participants are then conducted by the duo onstage, incorporating the other pieces of music into their own.

Ritornell for Musicbox from Ritornell on Vimeo.

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