Really interesting stuff. It's amazing that fifty years down the line a lot of his music still sounds like nothing else out there. FACT have just posted a transcript of parts of the interview, but the whole thing's available to watch on the RBMA website - gonna have to check it this evening.
"We live in a time when it’s possible to get ideas for live music from machines, and to get ideas for computer music from live music, that are perfectly valid and will work if you get it right. And that to me is an answer to the people who look at anybody who does electronic music as a bunch of robots."
I've been listening to Different Trains, Electric Counterpoint and Drumming a lot recently. Different Trains is sheer bliss, I think it's my favourite thing I've heard of his so far. Any recommendations of other bits to get? I've got those four, M418M and New York Counterpoint.