Community can be fostered through music by individuals, spaces, events, and moments. Collaborative spirit and camaraderie fuels the music network and creative utterances. The Musagetes Guelph Café featured a collective sonic improvisation by the media art collective Postcommodity. Guelph community members collaborated with Postcommodity on developing a multi-media sound instrument and video game played by groups of four people. The resulting interactive instrument, Game Remains: Golden Horseshoe, was performed live, first by the artists, then by their collaborators. Each performance resulted in a unique improvised soundscape using the video game as a sonic instrument. The artists describe their practice as a shared indigenous lens, and those present for the performances witnessed a type of contemporary music-making ritual drawing upon the history and tradition of the drum circle.