Given that they've only released one live album, the chemistry between the three members of Carter Tutti Void is remarkable. Each element feeds the whole. They play in a square with the audience at the open side. Chris Carter at the back, working his gadgets, tweaking the sounds made by Cosey and Nik who face each other, guitars in hand, whilst Cosey handles whatever minimal vocals there are.

The visuals projected onto them are basically the black and white pattern of the Transverse sleeve, subtly shifting with respect to the music, which seems to have developed into something even more interesting than that album suggested.

It comes across like a condensed history of electronic music - we get tribal beats, techno and maybe best of all a deep dubby funk. The bits where Void whacks her guitar with a drumstick as she feeds off the rhythm created by the other two is when the crowd really lose themselves. Which, given the general mood of euphoria bouncing around the room, is quite a big deal indeed.

Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
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Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14
Carter Tutti Void @ Oslo Hackney 160/9/14