And it worked! Sort of...

Matthew Herbert played a DJ set last night (March 16th) using edible vinyl.

The producer took part in a special project with Kings College, London, for a performance about food production, nutrition and waste.

Commissioned by Science Gallery London, the project utilised laser-cutting technology to turn consumable items into records.

The result was a Matthew Herbert set utilising celeriac, ‘mellow’ cheese, ‘rave-y’ aubergine and tortilla records.

Of course, Matthew Herbert has previous for finding inspiration in food - he previously released the 'One Pig' record, a conceptual album focussing on the life of a pig.

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