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London, United Kingdom (1982 – present)

Current 93 is an eclectic British music group, working since the early 1980s in experimental-based musical forms. The band was founded in London, UK in 1982 by David Tibet (né David Michael Bunting, renamed ‘Tibet’ by Genesis P-Orridge sometime prior to forming the group).

Tibet has been the only constant in the group, though Steven Stapleton (of Nurse With Wound) has appeared on nearly every Current 93 release. Michael Cashmore has also been a constant contributor since Thunder Perfect Mind. Douglas P. of Death in June has played on well over a dozen Current 93 releases, and Steve Ignorant of Crass (using the name Stephen Intelligent), Boyd Rice, runologist Freya Aswynn , Nick Cave, Björk, Andrew W.K., Will Oldham, Ben Chasny, Rose McDowall, Tiny Tim, Tony Wakeford of Sol Invictus, Marc Almond, John Balance of Coil, Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons, Baby Dee and Ian Read of Fire + Ice have also lent their talents over the years. Tibet is fond of the works of American writer Thomas Ligotti, and invited him to collaborate with Current 93.

Current 93 have released over twenty albums and many singles as well as having been a guest on many of the above listed artists’ records. Tibet has also collaborated with Nature and Organisation and The Hafler Trio.
Much of Current 93’s early work was similar to late 1970s and early 1980s industrial music: abrasive tape loops, droning synthesizer noises and Tibet’s distorted, excoriating vocals.


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  • Waes-GOD

    New album is awesome [4]

    28 Jul 2:43pm Reply
  • HaHaHaYoureDead

    doctor_is_in, да мне уже и лошадки не сильно доставляют, вот работы 80-х - это да, равно как и Island, например.

    28 Jul 10:36am Reply
  • doctor_is_in

    HaHaHaYoureDead, 2000 - I Have a Special Plan for This World, 2000 - Sleep Has His House, 2005 - Hypnagogue, 2008 - Birth Canal Blues, 2009 - Aleph At Hallucinatory Mountain - как по мне так вполне замечательные работы, несколько грубовато подводить черту именно по 00. Этого года альбом своеобразный, но мне пришелся по вкусу. Конечно далеко не лошадки и уже не SHHH, но то там то здесь встречаются хорошие моменты. Ах да, Myrninerest отличный проект, дорога в Эйвбери и вообще для меня стала любимой работой с участием Тибета

    26 Jul 6:16am Reply
  • HaHaHaYoureDead

    совершенно не разделяю восторгов по поводу нового альбома, вообще тибет в нулевые видимо исписался окончательно, не припомню ни одного хорошего альбома, вот так чтобы целиком. Т.е. понятно, что с возрастом мало кто становится лучше, но так просрать идеалы юности надо постараться. Кстати, пользуясь случаем, передам также привет копирасту Пирсу. И вы ведь не подумайте ничего дурного, я каррент чуть ли не с детсада слушаю. Но последние несколько лет - сплошные разочарования.

    21 Jul 2:03am Reply
  • _duif

    'My Name Is All That's Left', on the other hand, is one of those ltd. ed. thingies for hardcore fans only.

    16 Jul 7:45am Reply
  • DrSlump7

    New album is awesome [3]

    8 Jul 8:27pm Reply
  • metaldiscussor

    New album is awesome [2]

    8 Jul 10:54am Reply
  • NerdNamedLance

    myke c town

    6 Jul 8:22am Reply
  • Bravnat

    @krumbledkookie I used to go to bed listening to current 93 on a regular basis, not because their work is boring but because it's such a great vehicle into dreams ^^

    4 Jul 10:27pm Reply
  • Andre_L-

    New album is awesome

    30 Jun 7:48pm Reply
  • OG-Gurda


    19 Jun 9:36am Reply
  • Steam-Reigns

    This band has schizophrenia

    16 Jun 5:42pm Reply
  • DrSlump7

    I think that no one in the world could pronounce the word "dead" more than David Tibet [2]

    29 May 7:11pm Reply
  • krumbledkookie

    Listened to SixSixSix: SickSickSick for the first time in a long time last night, before falling asleep. What a terrific experience - what a weird and wonderful record!

    24 May 11:44pm Reply
  • mk741


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  • Hari_Maia

    14 May 2:56am Reply
  • chriszombolas

    sent ;)

    14 May 2:41am Reply
  • RainbowOverdose


    12 May 10:53pm Reply
  • RichieTozier

    I think that no one in the world could pronounce the word «dead» more than David Tibet.

    10 May 7:04pm Reply
  • OG-Gurda


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