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Rhythmic electrical slow waves generate the contractions fundamental to gastrointestinal motility and certain disorders. In this Perspective, Sanders and colleagues discuss the application of slow-wave extracellular recording techniques to gastrointestinal organs and how mechanical artefacts might contaminate these recordings and confound interpretation.