This RouteNote artist’s music video was generated using AI and 50,000 album covers

The AI was trained to create an album cover from 50,000 examples taken from Spotify. The result was a trippy music video.

Spanish electronic RouteNote artist Sound Stabs have taken a creative approach to their latest music video – Interference. Bruno López trained deep-learning algorithm StyleGAN2 to create album covers based on 50,000 album covers from Spotify’s editorial playlists. After multiple days, López used a Python script to organize the results by colour and faces detected in the cover, then interpolate them to the beat of Interference. Click here for more details on how the music video was put together here.

See the trippy music video for yourself below.


Sound Stabs distribute their music through RouteNote and promote it for free using our partner site PUSH.fm.

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