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Listen! Chris Carter Unveils New Single ‘CERNUBICUA’

CHRIS CARTER has unveiled a new track, the latest to be taken from his new album, Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Volume One - the...

Chris Carter Announces New Album. Shares First Track

Legendary electronic music pioneer Chris Carter has announced a new album, Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Volume One,  which will be his first solo album...

The Taste Of TG ‘A Beginners Guide To The Music Of Throbbing Gristle’ – album reissue review

The United States had The Velvet Underground, the U.K. had Throbbing Gristle. If this is indeed your first time to approach their music this is indeed the perfect place to start but be warned as if they get under your skin you will never be able to let them go wherever your life takes you.

This Is A Love Song: The Heart In The Machine

Love is life and right now the world needs both those who want to live right and those who want to celebrate love. Peace x

Cosey Fanni Tutti: Art Sex Music – book review

Cosey Fanni Tutti: Art Sex Music (Faber & Faber) Published: 06/04/2017 9/10 Art Sex Music is the autobiography of artist Cosey Fanni Tutti. As a member of...

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