The League of Automatic Music Composers
'ARCHIVE 1978-1981'
(ALKU 79)

Formed in 1977 in the San Francisco Bay Area, The League of Automatic Music Composers (John Bischoff, Jim Horton, Tim Perkis, Paul DeMarinis, Rich Gold, David Behrman) is considered to be the world’s first computer network band/collective. 'ARCHIVE 1978-1981' features over 12 hours of previously unreleased archival tapes, documents, interviews and video from these electronic music mavericks. Compiled and edited by Jon Leidecker and presented in a lush limited edition wooden USB flash drive. 968.301.735 bytes worth of computer music history.

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