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Random information on the term “Underground band”:
An algorave (from an algorithm and rave) is an event where people dance to music generated from algorithms, often using live coding techniques. Alex McLean of Slub and Nick Collins coined the word “algorave” in 2011, and the first event under such a name was organised in London, UK. It has since become a movement, with algoraves taking place around the world.
An algorave is an event where people dance to music generated from algorithms, often using live coding techniques. Algoraves can include a range of styles, including a complex form of minimal techno, and the movement has been described as a meeting point of hacker philosophy, geek culture, and clubbing.
Although live coding is commonplace, any algorithmic music is welcome which is “wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive conditionals”, which is a corruption of the definition of rave music (“wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats”) in the UK’s Criminal Justice Act. Although algorave musicians have been compared with DJs, they are in fact live musicians or improvisers, creating music live, usually by writing or modifying code, rather than mixing recorded music.
Random information on the term “ORE”:
Le Ore (meaning The Hours in English) was an Italian weekly news magazine published between 1953 and 1994 in Milan, Italy.
The magazine was founded in Milan in April 1953 as a weekly political, cultural and literary magazine and was first directed by Salvato Cappelli. In 1962 the magazine was acquired by Dino De Laurentiis and the editorial staff was moved to Rome; Vittorio Bonicelli was appointed as the new director, the number of pages was increased from 68 to 80, and the magazine started to give more room to cinema reports and photoshoots. In 1966 Le Ore was acquired by Golden Arrow Publishing, with Gérard Méssadie appointed as editorial director.
After three years of hiatus, in 1970 the magazine was acquired by Saro Balsamo Editore and relaunched as a “political, news, cultural and costume magazine”, with Francesco Cardella serving as the editorial director. In March 1971, a spin-off monthly magazine, Le Ore Mese, was launched.
In 1973, the magazine gradually started hosting erotic contents, and in 1977 it eventually became a pornographic magazine. In the early 1980s, Le Ore got a large commercial success, mostly thanks to several celebrities posing in erotic and sometimes explicit situations in photoshoots, as well as thanks to the regular presence of the Italian hardcore cinema major stars Ilona Staller, of whom the magazine also published comic series inspired to her, and Moana Pozzi. During this period, it also regularly presented other erotic comic series, often created by Aldo Rapetti and Otello Perandin.