Coding is the new clubbing: on the rise and rise of algorave

Published in The Tribune on December 9, 2023

Legend has it that algorave was invented on the M1. It was 2011, and Alex McLean was driving to a gig with his friend Nick Collins; both live coders, they would make electronic music on stage in real time — effectively, writing instructions in code that tell a computer what sounds to play, in what order.

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