Imagine seventy-eight fingers playing the same guitar or twenty-two arms beating one set of drums. Last year Japanese roboticists joined forces to create a music performing system that exceeds all human capabilities for drinks brand Zima. The Z-Machines, as the three-piece robo-band were dubbed, have collaborated with UK-based experimental producer Squarepusher to create the first album played entirely by robots. Music For Robots is scheduled for release on April 7th, with the goal to test the boundaries of traditional music composing and performance.