Song made entirely of noises recorded on an airplane released

While sampling the chorus' and riffs of songs from years gone by may be common, creating a song from scratch using entirely non-musical sounds is a bit more novel.

It's an art that Seattle-based beatsmith and musician Chong the Nomad has mastered, and her latest track is the perfect example.

If you thought an Airbus A350 wasn't a musical instrument, think again.
If you thought an Airbus A350 wasn't a musical instrument, think again. Photo credit: Singapore Airlines

Chong created 'Non-Stop' using sounds recorded onboard and outside a Singapore Airlines Airbus A350.

"Seattle is known for its rich music scene and is home to major musical influences such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Jimi Hendrix. We wanted to have a little fun and pay a contemporary tribute to this heritage by creating a music track that's completely one-of-a-kind," Campbell Wilson from Singapore Airlines said.

The noises used include recognisable sounds like the roar of the engine and a seatbelt click, right through to the clink of silverware and the voice of a cabin crew member.

The song is available on Spotify, Soundcloud and YouTube.

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