David Bratton over at safetybear.com passed along a link to a bit of audio playfulness in which he recently participated. "The White Elephant Record Exchange Project was undertaken by 20 individuals in the late part of January 2008. The project involved sampling, composition, and ultimately all kinds of editing and manipulation of various original source material. Participants were first to find the "worst" and "most unusable" 12" vinyl record possible and hand it off to the curator. Those records were then distributed to the participants insuring everyone received a different record than the one they submitted. After receiving this record, the first goal was to complete one song..." Click HERE or the image above to read the full description and listen to the submissions. Fun stuff.