When the Cold war finished, the atomic age in arts and culture came to its end. Nuclear threat has stopped to be the main scenario of human extinction but reappeared in the 21st century in a more realistic scenario of local electronics and communication networks destruction method.
Atomic ammunition could be exploded on the very high altitudes, not leading to physical destructions, fallout effects, and nuclear winter. The age of electronic music is longer than the atomic one and, it seems, is not going to be outshined. Hardly conceivable though that people even in the worst future will abandon the synthesis of artificial sounds.