With the fidget spinner craze sweeping across the internet, the addictive little toys have found their way into music videos and our phones. With many people looking to get their hands on the accessory, musician Andrew Huang took a different approach to fidget spinners and tried his hand at doing something not many people would think of. In the video, Huang goes over the process of creating different sounds with the toy, like placing the spinner really close to his microphone to create a deep bass sound. Huang also uses a fidget cube to make a variety of clicking and popping sounds. Watch the video to see Huang’s full process and while you’re at it, check out these Marvel-inspired fidget spinners.