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This psycho-acoustic exploration of electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire time-travels like that famous fictional doctor, as Cosey Fanni Tutti dreams of connective sonic pathways.
Written & Directed by Caroline Catz. Produced by Andy Starke.
Featuring Caroline Catz, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Tom Meeten, Saskia Reeves, Richard Glover, Michael Higgs,
Honor Ray Caplan-Higgs, Zachary Hart and Cosey Fanni Tutti (as herself).
Available on BFI Player from Thursday 15 October 2020 - until Sunday 18 October 2020.
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‘Radio was the most important thing in my life and music, music, music!’ A true pioneer in audio exploration and psycho-acoustics, Delia Derbyshire conceived one of the most familiar compositions in science fiction, the Doctor Who theme, while working in a BBC basement. Her soundscapes felt like they connected to another realm. Kicking off with the discovery of 267 tapes in an attic, along with a treasure trove of journals hidden in her childhood bedroom, this film tunes in to Derbyshire’s frequency; that of a life-long non-conformist, whose peals of laughter in an archive interview tickle with delight and eccentricity. Featuring a rich archive, interviews, fictional embodiment and Cosey Fanni Tutti’s psycho-sonic channelling, director Caroline Catz traces acoustic pathways on her archeological dig into Derbyshire’s resonant life.
Sophie Brown (BFI)
The Myths and the legendary Tapes
Directed by Caroline Catz
Soundtrack by Cosey Fanni Tutti
Showing at SXSW
until 21st March
COSEY FANNI TUTTI’s ACCLAIMED SOLO ALBUM
and now in many 'Albums of The Year' lists.
COSEY FANNI TUTTI
announces the release of her second solo album,
Released Worldwide by Conspiracy International TUTTI is comprised of eight soundscapes: an audio self portrait comprising of manipulated sound recordings from Cosey’s life, music and art: “It’s the only album I’ve made that is an all encompassing statement expressing the totality of my being. A sense of the past in relation to the present and everything in between.”
Available on Blue Vinyl or Gatefold CD the physical releases feature silver block-foil embossed covers and the vinyl release include printed inner sleeve and download code.
The British industrial town Hull could hardly have a more appropriate name. It is a fitting place for a nihilistic avant-garde collective, which at the end of the 1970s aggressively confronted every conceivable taboo: sex, pornography, violence and self-mutilation. But COUM Transmissions was only the beginning. Led by the artists Genesis P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti., COUM became the visionary and utterly unruly industrial/noise band Throbbing Gristle, which was named 'the wreckers of civilisation' by a shocked conservative politician. The many rare archive clips speak for themselves.
Title: OTHER, LIKE ME - Director(s): Marcus Werner Hed, Dan Fox - Producer: Marcus Werner Hed - UK/USA - Run time, 80 min
A Cosey Fanni Tutti and Chris Carter Mixtape
Here’s an eclectic mix of ‘light’ tracks for the shifting moods of these strange times.
‘Let the music wash over you. Close your eyes and sway…’ Exotika, 1987
Cosey & Chris. May 2020
Faber & Faber
A CLASSIC PIECE OF CHRIS & COSEY STUDIO GEAR
Superb example of this monster effects processor, direct from the studio of Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti. Comes with all packaging and accessories plus signed provenance.
In full working order.
Eventide H800FW Multi-Channel Effects System.
The Eventide site has all the manuals, drivers and spec information for this monster.
Along with the unit you will receive:
• mains cable
• enormous instruction manual/folder
• a blank memory card
• firewire cable
• USB/Serial dongle
• letter of provenance
• signed photo of Chris Carter & Cosey Fanni Tutti with this unit
• box and all packaging
• a set of Eventide playing cards! (still sealed)
In excellent cosmetic condition with only minor signs of wear or age across the unit. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.
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THE THIRD & FINAL CARTER TUTTI VOID ALBUM
Containing all new studio recordings, Triumvirate brings Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti and Nik Void’s collaborative partnership as Carter Tutti Void to a conclusion. The trio first came together as a collective for a live performance, invited by Mute for the Short Circuit Festival in 2011 and released their acclaimed debut, the live album Transverse the following year.
Carter Tutti Void went on to release f(x) (Industrial Records, 2015), their first studio recording and performed a handful of selected shows, culminating in their final live performance in Hull, part of a series of events for Hull City of Culture 2017 centred around the COUM Transmissions retrospective at Humber Street Gallery.
For some time Carter, Tutti and Void have been awaiting an opportunity when all three artists were able to gather at Carter and Tutti’s Studio47 in Norfolk, where the album was recorded, produced and mastered. Triumvirate was approached with the improvisational spirit of previous Carter Tutti Void albums. The rhythms, created by Chris Carter, formed the foundation and starting point from which the process began of melding the live instrumentation of Cosey Fanni Tutti and Nik Void’s searing guitars, vocals, effects and the arsenal of sounds each had amassed from a variety of sources, some sounds manipulated to extremes, all fed into the mix. Tying the album together is the power of three, and a free open approach to sound shared by the trio.
Carter Tutti Void are Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti (Chris & Cosey / Throbbing Gristle) and Nik Void (Factory Floor / NVPR). Chris Carter recently released his first solo album in 17 years, Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Vol. 1 (Mute, 2018) and Cosey Fanni Tutti’s TUTTI, her first album since 1982, came out earlier this year on Conspiracy International (home of Chris and Cosey since 1982). Nik Void is currently working on her debut solo album.
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