We probably all experienced a melody coming out of a palm-sized music box, but most don’t know, these boxes used to be a sign of watchmaking excellence back in the 19th century due to their intricacy. To tribute the true origin of music boxes, the premier manufacturer of music boxes Reuge collaborated with MB&F, creator of many exceptional horological machines and sculptures, for a unique music machine. Each of the 66 available pieces, 33 in grey and 33 in black, comes with a spaceship-esque appearance, an obvious visual hint for what the two silver cylinder on top might play. No Beethoven in here, no you get the finest sci-fi tunes on the left barrel, talking the Star Wars theme, the Imperial March and the Star Trek theme and on the right you listen to Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall, Deep Purple’s Smoke on the Water and John Lennon’s Imagine. If this is not already convincing the modern gent, the body is made of walnut with white, respectively black, piano lacquer and the barrels are anodised aluminium or black matte-anodised for black version.