June 24 - Robot rock band Z-Machines perform their debut gig live in front of an audience in Tokyo. Elly Park reports.
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This just might be the future of music.
The Z-Machines are an all-robot rock band, comprised of a guitarist with 78 fingers, a drummer with 21 sticks and a keyboard player with a laser beam projector for eyes.
The Japanese trio debuted in Tokyo, electrifying a crowd of nearly 100 spectators.
SOUNDBITE: 21-Year-Old Concert-Goer Mayu Kobayashi saying (Japanese)
"Their whole atmosphere was very futuristic and fun and I was just so excited the whole time."
Also excited were the members of human pop duo Amoyamo, who shared the live stage with the Z-Machines.
SOUNDBITE: Japanese Pop Singer Ayamo saying (Japanese)
"I was worried whether it would be okay, but as they are indeed robots they managed to pull off the main performance completely spot-on."
The robo-rockers' perfect performance came as no surprise to their builders at Tokyo University.
And while their next concert is yet to be scheduled, the scientists hope that eventually the Z-Machines will perform on the moon and even beyond.
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