Last Updated April 2015
CHRIS & COSEY DISCUSS USING EVENTIDE EFFECTS IN THROBBING GRISTLE
Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti discuss how Throbbing Gristle used the legendary Eventide H910 Harmonizer in the studio. The hardware unit has recently been relaunched as a ‘plug-in’ for digital audio workstations. More details here.
Back in 2011 Industrial Records reissued five Throbbing Gristle albums (A Second Annual Report, DOA The Third & Final Report, Heathen Earth, 20 Jazz Funk Greats, and Throbbing Gristle’s Greatest Hits) as deluxe vinyl editions. Back by popular demand, those re-mastered albums are being re-pressed.
Industrial will also bring out another pressing of X-TG’s Desertshore / The Final Report, which was Chris Carter & Cosey Fanni Tutti’s 2012 tribute to their departed TG comrade Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson.
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Don’t know your Throbbing Gristle?
Read the essential guide to one of the most politically and sonically antagonistic bands of all time.
JAN 2016 UPDATE
NEW ALBUM !
Industrial Records are pleased to announce the highly anticipated new studio album from
CARTER TUTTI VOID
ON COMPACT DISC & DOWNLOAD
BLACK VINYL NOW BACK IN STOCK!
MORE DETAILS HERE
Limited Edition White Vinyl is sold out.
“The one album you should hear this week!”
“an exciting, visceral reaction to contemporary cultural and social monotone”
Louder Than War
“At times dark, at others exhilarating, f (x) is the output of all our fears and desires. Stunning! 10/10”
“Bloody beautiful stuff wrought in fret fireworks, gasoline rainbows and the accidental spill of polluted patter.”
“shattering constraints, changing the studio space in to a core of dissonance and (dis)harmony. 8/10”
“f(x) represents a finely crafted continuation of Carter Tutti Void’s first effort through six new complex tracks”
“f(x) is an album to be listened to, and enjoyed, as one singular piece”
“the trio unleash a deeply evocative masterpiece”
“like a machine having a horrific nightmare… you’ll love this. 4 stars!”
Electronic Beats - Interview
The Quietus - Interview
Dangerous Minds - Interview
INDUSTRIAL SOUNDTRACK FOR THE URBAN DECAY
Post Premier Q&A at BFI, London. 8th May 2015
Writer-director Amélie Ravalec and co-director Travis Collins join industrial music duo
Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti to reflect on the origins of industrial music.
BFI, London on May 8th 8:45 PM
FOR THE URBAN DECAY
A new documentary tracing the origins and development of industrial music featuring many of its leading artists. With Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, NON, SPK, Test Dept, Clock DVA, Re/Search and many more.
Q&A afterwards with Directors Amélie Ravalec and Travis Collins plus Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti (Throbbing Gristle)
Buy tickets: whatson.bfi.org.uk
Further Info: industrialsoundtrack.tumblr / facebook.com
FURTHER INTERNATIONAL SCREENINGS
CHRIS CARTER & COSEY FANNI TUTTI
Live Remix of X-TG's
DESERTSHORE / THE FINAL REPORT
5th Jan, 2014 at MoMA PS1, New York. USA
As part of the Mike Kelley Music and Performance Program Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti performing
as X-TG will present a live remix of selected tracks from the double album 'Desertshore / The Final Report'.
This is Carter and Tutti’s first U.S. presentation of this work.
MoMA P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101 USA
SOLD OUT! FURTHER DETAILS & TO PURCHASE TICKETS FOLLOW THIS LINK
→ for other X-TG U.S.A. related events go here ←
THROBBING GRISTLE UPDATE - Sept 2013
On the 2nd September 2013 Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti received (and acknowledged) written confirmation from Genesis P-Orridge’s London lawyer clarifying that his client (Genesis) had in fact left Throbbing Gristle in October 2010 and was no longer a member of the group.
DESERTSHORE / THE FINAL REPORT
Industrial Records is proud to announce the much anticipated TWO album release
DESERTSHORE / THE FINAL REPORT, a unique collaboration by
Chris Carter, Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson and Cosey Fanni Tutti.
This is a two album release celebrating both the progress inherent in change
and the fulfilment of two exceptional, yet separate projects.
CD • VINYL • DOWNLOAD & SPECIAL EDITION (sold out!)
More 'BUY LINKS' below
The ‘Desertshore’ project is a 're-imagined' cover version of Nico’s seminal 1970 album first conceived by the late Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson in Berlin 2006. In 2010 at his home in Bangkok, he refocussed his approach readying to record guest vocalists while Chris and Cosey prepared material in their UK studio for his return there in December. Sadly, Sleazy unexpectedly died in his sleep on the 25th November in Bangkok.
Chris and Cosey made a commitment to Sleazy to complete the ‘Desertshore’ project picking up from where they left off just prior to his untimely passing. With enthusiastic support and contributions from so many who were close to Sleazy, especially the guest artistes whose work he admired; Antony, Marc Almond, Blixa Bargeld, Sasha Grey and Gaspar Noé, the project is now complete.
"a quite remarkable set of songs, a repurposing of Nico's maudlin, scraping sorrow into the deep mindmassaging
electronics that characterised later live work by Throbbing Gristle, X-TG and Carter Tutti,arguably even Coil's
Ape Of Naples."
Luke Turner for The Quietus as part of a review of a live remix preview performance of 'Desertshore' at AV Festival 2012.
The Final Report
Throughout their 36 year friendship Chris Carter, Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson and Cosey Fanni Tutti produced many pioneering and acclaimed collaborative works together.
These trio sessions were without exception always very productive; ideas that produced many hours of recordings, sound experiments, research in new performance possibilities, visuals, the ongoing design and building of new and innovative instruments; a constant restless exploration of new paths together.
‘The Final Report’ album has been completed from their final 2009/2010 sessions together at Chris and Cosey's studio in Norfolk. This album stands as the final report; a celebration, a loving remembrance of their unique partnership.
Industrial Records Ltd are proud to release these TWO extraordinary recordings.
Available in the following formats:
Double Vinyl - Gatefold cover with 12" booklet.
Double CD - in bespoke CD packaging, 12 page booklet, postcard & bonus track.
Digital Download - with pdf booklet and bonus track. - aac, mp3, flac.
Special Edition'- Double White Vinyl, Gatefold cover, 12" booklet, Large Poster, Bonus Album, Digital Download. Sold out!
The album is available worldwide from all the usual online & physical retail outlets, including the Industrial Records web store.
Janitor Of Lunacy - Vocals by Antony
Abschied - Vocals by Blixa Bargeld
Afraid - Vocals by Sasha Grey
The Falconer - Vocals by Marc Almond
All That Is My Own - Vocals by Cosey Fanni Tutti
Mutterlein - Vocals by Blixa Bargeld
Le Petit Chevalier - Vocals by Gaspar Noé
My Only Child - Vocals by Cosey Fanni Tutti
Desertshores - Various
THE FINAL REPORT
Um Dum Dom
Trope (CD & DL only)
What He Said
Emerge To Space Jazz
'DESERTSHORE / THE FINAL REPORT' PREVIEWS & REMIXES
Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti speak to Frieze from their studio about Desertshore / The Final Report.
Chris Carter interview about his history with DIY electronics, synths and Desertshore / The Final Report.
from 'Desertshore' album.
from 'The Final Report' album.
from 'The Final Report' album.
from 'Desertshore' album.
PREVIEWS / INTERVIEWS / REVIEWS
On the Week Ending 8th Dec Desertshore/The Final Report
album officially entered the UK top 40 Album chart!
The Quietus Albums Of The Year 2012
Pitchfork Desertshore 7.8/10 Review
Frieze Magazine Desertshore video interview
‘Ideal’ Creator Graham Duff’s Top 25 Albums 2012
Brainwashed Desertshore Review
Brainwashed The Final Report Review
Brainwashed Faet Narok Review
The Quietus Desertshore Review
Stream a track from Desertshore/The Final Report
Interview: Antony Hegarty On Desertshore
Interview: Blixa Bargeld On Desertshore
Interview: Sasha Grey On Desertshore
Interview: Marc Almond On Desertshore
The Quietus - Gaspar Noé's Desertshore Track / & Interview
Guardian 5 Star Desertshore Review!
Uncut Magazine Desertshore 8/10 Review
idieyoudie Desertshore/TheFinalReport Review
Loud And Quiet - Desertshore 8/10 Review
Dummy Mag 'Album of The Week'
Emusic: Interview Chris Carter & Cosey Fanni Tutti
Factmag - Gaspar Noé contribution to TG's Desertshore.
Consequence Of Sound - New Music: TG feat. Gaspar Noé
Self-Titled - Throbbing Gristle announce double album.
The Quietus: Chris & Cosey Talk Plans To Finish TG's Desertshore.
Factmag - Various Desertshore news items.
Consequence Of Sound - New Music: feat. Blixa Bargeld
The Stool Pigeon Review: X-TG – Desertshore / The Final Report
Listen to an exclusive live remix from the album at Pitchfork.
Listen to an exclusive remix from the album at BoingBoing