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Featuring Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti (aka Chris & Cosey) plus Nik Void of Factory Floor, Carter Tutti Void first united for Mute's 2011 Short Circuit Festival in London, offering an improvisational set that was captured on the 2012 release Transverse. As that wonderful LP displayed, this May-December band were simpatico when it came to hypnotic and austere industrial music that seemed to guide itself, and now with this first proper studio album, they continue to be the great ghost in the machine. Six tracks are offered, all of them designed like sound sculptures or tape loops that slowly develop, dissolve, and then return to a robotic heart-throbbing beat. Drop the needle in a random spot and it makes much less sense than taking the full ride, and while this is a more controlled and more composed effort — compared to their debut — it sounds like the sum of its parts. It also brings to mind Chris & Cosey's old cohorts Coil, especially the hallucinatory landscapes of their Time Machines release. Otherwise, there is no comparison, as Carter Tutti Void create drone albums of great worth and value, leaving the other electro shaman stuck in a loop.

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Once Again, Brilliance Reigns...Supreme!!!


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

The collaboration of two generations of dark British electronic/industrial musicians, Carter Tutti Void features Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti, and Nik Void of Factory Floor. The trio collaborated as part of 2011's Mute Festival, performing a set of ominous but undeniably kinetic songs that owed equal amounts to the members' main projects. Their performance was released by Mute Records in 2012 as the album Transverse. In 2015, their first studio...
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