Photos: Meet the robot musicians Yoshikazu Tsuno/Getty Images/File Z-Machines — Meet "Z-Machines," the three piece robot band bringing a whole new meaning to electronic music. Photos: Meet the robot musicians Toru Yamanaka/Getty Images/File Crowd pleasers — The band, created by engineers from the University of Tokyo, include a guitarist with 78 fingers, a drummer with 22 arms, and a keyboardist which shoots green lasers. Photos: Meet the robot musicians Courtesy Warp Records Sci-fi sound — The band is set to release a five-track EP, composed by British recording artist "Squarepusher," also known as Tom Jenkinson. Photos: Meet the robot musicians Courtesy Warp Records Heart strings? — "Can these robots play music that is emotionally engaging?' asked Jenkinson."It's a fascinating question, and one that I've tried to explore in this project. I'll let people make up their own minds." Photos: Meet the robot musicians Courtesy Warp Records Fancy fingerwork — The two meter tall guitarist -- called "March" -- features 12 picks, and is able to hit a note every eight milliseconds. Photos: Meet the robot musicians Yoshikazu/Getty Images/File Machine maestro — A man plays an electric guitar to control robot guitarist 'March' during a technology fair in Tokyo. What will the future hold for electronic music?