May 22, 2024

Electronic / visual artist Louis Carnell today launches the first chapter of ‘111’, an ongoing series of collaborations

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(Photo by Niko Studio) Here’s an interesting new release now available on Mute, which will surely appeal to readers who are admirers of Diamanda Galás and similar artists. Today, Louis Carnell introduces “111”, a series of continuous collaborations. This endeavour has the musician, artist, and curator showcasing a fresh piece every three weeks.

The series kicks off with “One”, his collaboration with composer and musician Keeley Forsyth. Keeley Forsyth is a composer, singer, and actor hailing from Oldham in North West England. You can expect 15 collaborations in total to be released in the near future, each one being released as individual singles and created with a varied array of artists from around the world. Coming up next are releases from Lee Ranaldo and Ben Vince in the ensuing months, with an additional 12 releases extending into 2024.

Expect a new track to debut every third Tuesday. Check out the video for “One” below.

The first single is also available for download on Bandcamp.

For more insights into Louis Carnell’s work, have a look at the videos below. Louis Carnell is by no means a novice in the industry. He previously worked under the moniker ‘Visionist’, releasing albums on labels such as PAN (“Safe”, 2015), Big Dada (“Value”, 2017), and Mute (“A Call To Arms”, 2021). His portfolio also includes collaborations with Peter De Potter, Daniel Sannwald, and Frederik Heyman. In September 2021, Louis Carnell chose to step away from his Visionist pseudonym and continue under his own name.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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