Chris And Cosey in conversation – Tuesday 27th November

Chris And Cosey in conversation with The Quietus’ Luke Turner
Tuesday 27th November, 7pm

To celebrate the release the much anticipated two album release DESERTSHORE / THE FINAL REPORT on Industrial Records, Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti will discuss the project with Luke Turner of The Quietus at Rough Trade East on Tuesday the 27th of November at 7pm.

Say Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti of Desertshore / The Final Report: “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.

Vocalists for the project included Cosey Fanni Tutti, Gaspar Noé, Blixa Bargeld, Marc Almond, Sasha Grey, and Antony Hegarty

Rough Trade will also be holding a raffle with a chance to win one of five copies of a CDR of the download only remix ‘faet narok’. This was a limted signed edition CDR of only 50 made primarily for those directly involved with the project. When you arrive on the night please collect your raffle ticket from the counter.

For more info contact Andy Fraser:
Tel: 0207 729 5666 or 07768 443 048

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