Beginning in 1983, Dolby collaborated with a number of artists in an occasional studio-bound project called Dolby’s Cube. The project had no set line-up, and was essentially a forum for Dolby to release material that was more dance-oriented. Dolby’s Cube released a single in 1983 (“Get Out of My Mix”), another in 1985 (“May The Cube Be With You”), and performed soundtrack work for the film “Howard The Duck” in 1986. Collaborators in Dolby’s Cube at various junctures included Lene Lovich, George Clinton of Parliament-Funkadelic, Francois Kevorkian, and Lea Thompson.
Music video directed by Pete Care.