The Threshold HouseBoys Choir

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The Threshold HouseBoys Choir
Also known as Peter Christopherson, Sleazy
Genres Industrial music
Electronic music
Post-industrial
Occupation(s) Musician
Songwriter
Instruments Macintosh Computer
Synthesizers
Electronics
Years active 2005–-2010
Associated acts Coil
Throbbing Gristle
Psychic TV
Past members Peter Christopherson

The Threshold HouseBoys Choir was a musical guise for Peter Christopherson, announced in 2005 as a follow up endeavor to his former group Coil. Despite the name, it was a solo project which relied heavily on computer generated vocals, of which he was formally credited as the "director." The name was derived from a play on words, combining the terms houseboy, house of boys, boys' choir, and Threshold House.[1] THBC was stationed in Bangkok, Thailand.[1]

One of its last performances was held in 2008 at the historic Ambrosio Cinema in Turin, Italy. Christopherson (featuring David Tibet, Othon Mataragas and Ernesto Tomasini) performed a new live soundtrack to Derek Jarman's film The Angelic Conversation (the original score for the film was created in the 1980s by Coil).

The last performance of The Threshold HouseBoys Choir was on 14 June 2009, at Conway Hall, London as part of the Equinox Festival.[citation needed]

2005 Russian performance


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Contributions on compilations[edit]

  • ...It Just Is compilation CD released on 23 December 2005. Contained the track "Mahil Athal Nadrach".
  • X-Rated: The Dark Files compilation CD released in 2006. Contained the track "So Young It Knows No Maturing".
  • Brainwaves 2008 compilation triple CD released on 21 November 2008. Contained the track "Cap Rot Taxi".

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