I was in bed when I did this so didn't bother with recording, but it was a lot of fun:
LFO set to square, low, knob to the left -> search with switch to FM and search knob at 12:00 (happens to correspond to a groovy local mexican radio station)
Radio out -> Input 1, Aux 1 button on, gain set to slightly crunchy
Aux out -> envelope follower in
Envelope out -> DC CV in
DC out -> motor
electromagnetic pickup -> input 3
hold the pickup against the motor. move it around. try the curved side of the motor. move the faders for the radio and the pickup. You're going to end up with an organic drum beat (from the pickup), loosely based on the LFO speed. DC set to "pulse" will give you nice strong kick. DC set to "pwm" will give you subtler pulses. There's a kind of side-chain effect to the music from the FM station happening.
Instant industrial remix of whatever you tuned to on the radio.
EDIT: I thought I was going to mount this thing in my eurorack case, but the case it came in is so beautiful, I've decided to leave it standalone.