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LISTEN: More New Chris Carter
Patrick Clarke , February 8th, 2018 16:04

The second single from Chris Carter's much-anticipated new record has arrived. Listen to 'Cernubicua' below

Chris Carter has shared another track from his forthcoming LP Chris Carter's Chemistry Lessons Volume One, which is out on March 30. You can watch the official video for 'Cernubicua' above.

The soothing track comes laden with skewed and distorted human voices. Said Carter of his approach to the single: "Sleazy [Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson, fellow Throbbing Gristle founder] and I had worked together on ways of developing a sort of artificial singing using software and hardware. This was me trying to take it a step further. I've taken lyrics, my own voice or people's voices from a collection that I'd put together with Sleazy, and I’ve chopped them up and done all sorts of weird things with them."

It's the second taste of the much-anticipated record that will be the first solo release in 17 years from the Throbbing Gristle, Carter Tutti Void and Chris and Cosey founder. The track 'Blissters' arrived last month, and can be listen to here.

Describing his process for the new record, Carter said: "If there's an influence on the album, it's definitely '60s radiophonic'. And over the last few years I've also been listening to old English folk music, almost like a guilty pleasure, and so some of tracks on the album hark back to an almost ingrained DNA we have for those kinds of melodies."

Carter will be performing a rare modular synth set this March 19 as part of a Faber Social and Quietus event, Art Sex Music. The event also features Cosey Fanni Tutti live in conversation with Laura Snapes, a reading from tQ's Luke Turner from his forthcoming book Out Of The Woods, a talk from Lilith Whittles, a PhD student in infectious disease epidemiology at Imperial College London, plus Quietus DJ sets. For more info, click here.

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