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In his new memoir, ‘Strange Things Are Happening’, Richard Norris remembers when The Grid headed to Asia and Australasia for a culture shock-inducing tour supported by Autechre
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Alex From Tokyo recalls the changing music scenes of 1980s and 90s Japan and their totemic influence on his career as a producer, DJ and label head 
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In January 1984, German experimental noise pioneers Einstürzende Neubauten performed the Concerto For Voice And Machinery in all its spontaneous glory at the ICA in London. Art? Or demolition?
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In 1968, John Cage and Marcel Duchamp played a game of chess involving pieces that generated electronic sounds and a very expensive bottle of wine. The details of what actually happened that night were pored over by historians for years after 
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Richard D James

Global Communication’s Tom Middleton remembers meeting a teenage Richard D James, who looked like a member of Bros and was conducting “binaural neuroscience experiments” in his bedroom
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‘Musical Offering’

Following the recent reissue of ‘Musical Offering’ from 1971, featuring music composed on the Soviet-made ANS synthesiser, Scanner recalls a visit to Moscow where he first saw the legendary machine