Doris Norton got her start playing in the Italian prog band Jacula, later called Antonius Rex, with her future husband Antonio Bartoccetti. She began her solo career with Under Ground in 1980.

During the ‘80s, Norton released several albums under sponsorship by high-tech companies—Apple footed the bill for Under Ground, as well as 1984’s Personal Computer, from which “ADA Converter” is taken, among others. During this time she also recorded under the patronage of Roland and IBM.

Starting in ’92 with Techno Shock, Norton worked with her then-teenage son Rexanthony. Rexanthony has since gone on to have a successful recording career of his own, with his parents involved in the production of much of his music.



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