Throbbing Gristle join streaming services for the first time, plot reissues on Mute

The industrial godheads are streaming now.

Throbbing Gristle have released their legendary discography on streaming services for the first time, as part a renewed deal with Mute Records. And it’s only the beginning.

Mute have also announced a three-year reissue campaign that will include new editions classic albums, out–print releases and box sets previously unreleased material.

This year will also see the release Chris Carter’s first solo album in 18 years, as well as the autobiography Cosey Fanni Tutti titled Art Sex Music.

Former lead singer Genesis Breyer P-Orridge will reinterpret the band’s score to Derek Jarman’s In The Shadow Of The Sun live in London this summer.

Stream Throbbing Gristle’s 20 Jazz Funk Greats, which we called the single best album the 1970s, below.

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