photo by Carl Abrahamsson
Highbrow Lowlife proudly presents COVEN, a brand new compilation celebrating the life and work of Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge (1969-2007). Its executive producer, American psychoanalyst and artist Vanessa Sinclair, invited female artists to participate and create a magical-musical coven. The result is a dynamic mix of talent and sounds that create a haunting yet inspiring impact. The album is now available all over the digisphere (iTunes, Spotify etc). If you would like to support the label, Highbrow Lowlife, please consider buying the album from their site: www.highbrow-lowlife.com
1. Jill Tracy: Sell my soul 2. Knifesex: Sex & death 3. Alice Genese: Jackie’s song 4. Freudian Slit: The secret life of Walter MIDI (Stephen Bartlett mix) 5. katie bishop: Adagio for woodwind quintet (2015) 6. People Like Us: Clouds 7. Carl Abrahamsson & Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge: Crossroads 8. Sharron Kraus: Nightmare 9. Delphic Oracle: Death Dreams (Skintown remix) 10. Serena Stucke: Sheisphased 11. Val Denham: Goldfish 12. Katelan Foisy: Make the witches come (with Vanessa Sinclair) 13. The Widow of Culloden: Ghost 14. Caleigh Fisher: Matina 15. Val Denham: Managers 16. Vanessa Sinclair & Carl Abrahamsson: Page 6.2 17. Invisible Candy: What? 18. MV Carbon: Staircase 19. Kim Boekbinder: Nothing is true (featuring Katelan Foisy) 20. Madame Deficit: The Conqueror Wyrm
Executive producer: Vanessa Sinclair
Cover art by Val Denham
Booklet cover art by Jen Smith & Vanessa Sinclair
Mastered by Carl Abrahamsson
Thanks to Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Jen Smith, Val Denham.
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with Carl Abrahamsson
originally published @ ERIS MAGAZINE June 22, 2016
KATELAN FOISY interviewed about the historic practice of tasseography — the art of reading tea leaves.
Audio mixed by Carl Abrahamsson.