TagThrobbing Gristle

New Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson Track In Honor Of The 2nd Anniversary Of His Death

Boing Boing has released a preview of the forthcoming two album release by ex-Throbbing Gristle members Chris Carter, Peter ‘Sleazy’ Christopherson and Cosey Fanni Tutti (aka XTG) in honor the 2nd anniversary of Christopherson’s death. Desertshore/The Final Report will be released tomorrow on Industrial Records.

You can listen to the track on Boing Boing.

RIP Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson

Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson

Peter “Sleazey” Christopherson – of Throbbing Gristle, Coil and Soi Song, -died on November 24th:

The sad news has reached us that Peter ‘Sleazy’ Christopherson has died in his sleep last night at the age of 55. Chris Carter twittered “Our dearest beautiful Sleazy left this mortal coil as he slept in peace last night. Words cannot express our grief.” and the TG site simply displays the message “Peter ‘Sleazy’ Christopherson 1955 – 2010”.

Brainwashed: Coil

This live video of Throbbing Gristle from earlier this year is likely one of the last videos of him performing:

(Follow through to YouTube to view the rest)

New Throbbing Gristle Live Promo Video

THROBBING GRISTLE PROMO 2010 from Industrial Records on Vimeo.

Chris Carter from Throbbing Gristle has put together a promo video (above) for TG’s current tour. Be sure to check Carter’s Chemistry Lessons if you’re interested in making electronic music.

(via BoingBoing)

Throbbing Gristle “Buddha Machines”

gristleism - throbbing grisle buddha machine

Industrial Records Ltd. are pleased to announce the birth of GRISTLEISM, the newest member of our Throbbing Gristle family.

Bastard offspring of now-famous ambient loop player the Buddha Machine, GRISTLEISM is part Industrial sound machine,part noise instrument.

Featuring thirteen original and uncompromising loops, GRISTLEISM delivers a mix of signature TG experimental noise, industrial drone, and classic melodies and rhythms.

Available in three colours – Black, Chrome and Red – the palm-sized unit (size: w67mm x h69mm x d35mm) features a built-in speaker, volume control, pitch-shift control and loop selector switch. GRISTLEISM features more loops and almost twice the frequency range of the Buddha Machine. GRISTLEISM is powered by two AA batteries and is the world’s first and only portable TG aural exciter!

GRISTLEISM was born from a collaboration between Industrial Records, Throbbing Gristle and Christiaan Virant, the creator of the original FM3 Buddha Machines.

Buy from greedbag.com (£24.99)

(via Dangerous Minds)

Throbbing Gristle interviewed by Richard Metzger

Boing Boing Video: The Throbbing Gristle Interview

Somewhat related: I found this great YouTube playlist of JG Thirwell rewarding.

Psychic TV selling off rarities to raise cash

coum transmissions poster

Dear PTV fans,

Due to the recent tragic events of the death of Lady Jaye and canceled European tour that have befallen the PTV family, we are making a great effort to get organized and get caught up with all of the financial downfall both tragedies have caused. With this being said, the webshop at www.genesisp-orridge.com has added a slew of new items and have updated the inventory of all classic items, all of which are for sale immediately.

We are trying to liquidate our inventory of merchandise that was intended for tour, which we all know is now off. Also listed is rare, one-of-a-kind rarities from the archives of Genesis P-Orridge, things ranging from COUM Transmissions originals, Throbbing Gristle/ Industrial Records, classic PTV, to even Thee Majesty rarities.

One of our most popular tour items that has been added to the webshop is the Psychic Cross Rosary Necklace

We have a new batch of stuff we will be adding in weeks to come, but please look around the webshop for items for newly posted items with funds going to help pay for all the funeral expenses for Lady Jaye and deficit incurred by the band during the recent European deTour.

People have been inquiring as to where to make financial contributions for funeral expenses for Lady Jaye, all contribution for medical and funeral expenses can be sent via paypal to ptvorders@mindspring.com

Thanks for all your love and support.

The PTV Family

Psychic TV Shop.

Throbbing Gristle reunion

Geez, how’d I miss this?

The Guardian: Dirty Freaky Things

(via Swen).

Entertainment Through Pain: Industrial Records Remembered

Their catch phrase “Industrial music for industrial people” was dubbed by collaborator Monte Cazzaza. It is doubtful Cazzaza had any idea how widely used the term “industrial music” would be used. It is even more doubtful that he had any idea how it would be used. These days it seems industrial has been used to describe pretty much any band that uses any sort of electronics in their music. But in 1975 Industrial music was fucking bizzare, something completely new, and probably not what most consumers think of when they hear the word “industrial” these days.

Throbbing Gristle used primitive electronics coupled with a few traditional insturments to make soundscapes for what they considered to be urban life at the time. Even after the end of the label and the end of Throbbing Gristle, their music lives on the numerous re-releases and the current works of the former recording artists.

Further Reading

The Throbbing Gristle Pages simple yet extensive Throbbing Gristle resource

Entertainment Through Pain – Another Throbbing Gristle Page another excellent resource (from Brainwashed)

Official Clock DVA Web Site The one and only Clock DVA resource

Cabaret Voltaire Brainwashed’s excellent Cabaret Voltaire and Richard Kirk site.

RHK Page Large Richard H. Kirk web site.

Axis Monte Cazazza site quite a bit of info here

Monte Cazazza pretty small page

All Music Guide’s entry on Beatnik Beach has a listing for a Beatnik Beach release on Industrial Records.

All Music Guide’s entry on Leather Nun

All Music Guide’s entry on Thomas Leer

Related Artists

Invisible Record’s Psychic TV page Genesis P Orridge and Peter Christopherson started this band after Throbbing Gristle broke up.

Psychic TV discography very extensive

The Next New Way On the official Genesis P. Orridge site

Disinfo’s Genesis P. Orridge site an article and a huge collection of related links.]

Brainwashed’s Coil site Peter Christopherson (of Throbbing Gristle) and John Balance started this band after
leaving Pyschic TV

Chris and Cosey Christ Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti’s post Throbbing Gristle project

© 2024 Technoccult

Theme by Anders NorénUp ↑