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10 Oct 2016
Electronic music history pre-dates the stone era by decades. The majority of us weren't even in the world in the event it began its often obscure, under-appreciated and misunderstood development. Today, this 'other worldly' body of sound which began close to century ago, won' longer appear strange and unique as new generations have accepted a lot of it as being mainstream, but it's a bumpy road and, to find mass audience acceptance, a sluggish one.

Many musicians - the current supporters of electronic music - created adoration for analogue synthesizers from the late 1970's and early 1980's with signature songs like Gary Numan's breakthrough, 'Are Friends Electric?'. It absolutely was on this era that these devices became smaller,...