Boomkat Product Review:
Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti, and Nik Colk Void remerge for a 3rd and final group outing of motorik trample and tripped-out electronic noise Extant as trio since 2012, Carter Tutti Void have trodden a fine line between live and studio act, starting with an improvised group show at Short Circuit Festival in 2011 and subsequently cementing their visceral, in-the-moment charge in the ’Traverse’  and ‘𝒇 (x)’  albums. With ‘Triumvirate’ they bring the curtain down on the project with six gristly demonstrations of industrially attuned intuition, with Nik Colk Void’s sandpapered guitar textures opening out over heaving rhythms in a way that will dominate and ignite the senses when heard via powerful soundsystems.
“The rhythms, created by Chris Carter, formed the foundation and starting point from which the process began of melding the live instrumentation of Cosey Fanni Tutti and Nik Void’s searing guitars, vocals, effects and the arsenal of sounds each had amassed from a variety of sources, some sounds manipulated to extremes, all fed into the mix. Tying the album together is the power of three, and a free open approach to sound shared by the trio.
Chris Carter recently released his first solo album in 17 years, Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Vol. 1 (Mute, 2018) and Cosey Fanni Tutti’s TUTTI, her first album since 1982, came out ear-lier this year on Conspiracy International (home of Chris and Cosey since 1982). Nik Void is currently working on her debut solo album.”