20 Mar 2017

Gallery: the legacy of COUM

Industrial music pioneers Carter Tutti Void take over a sold-out Früit.

Our COUM Transmissions live programme came to a riotous close this weekend with the final live shows in our COUM retrospective, presented with our chums at The Quietus.

Exploring the lasting legacy of COUM, Throbbing Gristle and the world of industrial music they inspired, this finalé weekend was a rare chance to see Carter Tutti Void (Cosey Fanni Tutti + Chris Carter + Nik Void) perform live, with Surgeon (AKA Anthony Child) performing a specially commissioned ambient set.

Here’s how it went down at Früit.

Post Coum at Früit


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