COSEY FANNI TUTTI - "TUTTI" LP
A follow-up to her only other solo album Time To Tell released back in 1982, Cosey Fanni Tutti describes TUTTI as: "the only album I've made that is an all encompassing statement expressing the totality of my being. A sense of the past in relation to the present and everything in between." It's comprehensible then, that these pieces originated around the time of her writing her autobiography Art Sex Music, and were used initially to soundtrack an autobiographical film Harmonic Coumaction as part of a COUM Transmissions retrospective to open 2017's Hull UK City of Culture.
Unlike Cosey Fanni Tutti's autobiography, there's no straightforward chronology to TUTTI. Both self-titled in the sense of it being the title track and containing one third of her adopted name, the opener 'TUTTI' is tight industrial techno with Tutti's cornet leading the listener through its frenetic pulse like the rogue hand of a friend in a packed rave. Her faraway voice takes the same role on 'Heliy', bringing a more improvisational quality to the hypnotic lurches of its spidery modular synths. When you reach album closer 'Orenda' you've made a post-club excursion down to the North Norfolk landscape where Cosey Fanni Tutti recorded the album and lives.
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