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Turing Machine

Brooklyn instrumental math-rock trio Turing Machine (thus named honoring the hypothetical machine designed in 1936 by Uk mathematician Alan Turing that is the building blocks of contemporary theories of computation and computability) reunited guitarist Justin Chearno and bassist Scott DeSimon, who previously teamed in DC sound combo Pitchblende. After Pitchblende disbanded within the wake of 1995’s Gygax!, Chearno and DeSimon relocated to NEW YORK, teaming with ex-Vineland drummer Gerard Fuchs to create Turing Machine; channeling affects as huge as classic prog, Krautrock and post-punk, the trio released their debut recording A FRESH Machine for Surviving in early 2000.

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