They are amazing, and well ahead of their time.
This story seems reminiscent of numerous instances where someone discovered or created something that was then credited to someone else.
Paul Hartnoll, formerly of the dance group Orbital and a great admirer of Ms Derbyshire's work, said the track was, "quite amazing".
"That could be coming out next week on [left-field dance label] Warp Records," he noted.
- Artemisia Gentileschi - many of whose paintings are (or were) attributed to male relatives
- Jocelyn Bell-Burnell - discoverer of pulsars (for which her male PhD supervisor got the Nobel prize)
- Rosalind Franklin - co-discoverer of DNA (she died before the Nobel Prize was awarded to her three collaborators, and it is not given posthumously)
- James R Heath - co-discoverer of C60, better-known as Fullerene
- Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden, who contributed to Rutherford's theory of the atom