It’s been almost 20 years since we’ve had the pleasure of a lesser-spotted Chris Carter solo album. Brewed up and shot through with the influence of his late, great TG pal, Sleazy, ‘Chemistry Lessons Volume One’, is something very special indeed…
Freewheeling through time and space, Kris Needs continues his adventures in sound. This month: Jon Carter
Forty years on and the dynamic duo are still doing it their way...
What happens when a third musician is introduced into an already well-established creative partnership, one forged over the best part of 40 years?
When Carter Tutti Void invited us to spend an afternoon at their remote rural HQ, it was an offer we couldn’t refuse. Two parts Throbbing Gristle to one part Factory Floor, the threesome made their recording debut with a live album recorded at their very first gig. Now there’s a second album, ‘f (X)’, a rare non-TG release on the seminal Industrial Records. And it’s an absolute corker
First studio album from the trio unleashes a deeply evocative masterpiece
Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti look back on ‘October (Love Song)’, a track they made in 1983 to document the dawn of their love affair
From Morton Subotnick to Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, these 10 records have defined modular synthesis in their own unique and thrilling style
The publication of her acclaimed autobiography in 2017 set in motion a chain of events that found Cosey Fanni Tutti standing shoulder to shoulder with Delia Derbyshire and a medieval mystic called Margery Kempe. With her new ‘Re-Sisters’ book and a Delia film soundtrack in the shops, plus an intriguing biopic on the way, the fearless electronic disruptor continues to push the envelope