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World’s First Computer Music restored: Alan Turing says “Good Show”

One aspect of Britain’s music I rarely touch upon is its electronic music. Between acts like The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, and Portishead, Britain has turned out some of the best electronic music ever. But what many people don’t know is that the first recording of computer music actually comes from Blighty. It […] The post World’s First Computer Music restored: Alan Turing says “Good Show” appeared first on Anglotopia.
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