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Performer: Factory Floor
Genre: Electronic
Title: 25 25
Country: US
Released: 2016
Style: Electro
FLAC version ZIP size: 1797 mb
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True to form, 25 25, the group’s second long-player for DFA, marks the start of a new phase. Following 2013’s Factory Floor, modular synth player Dominic Butler quit the band-he now records thumping dance as part of the Diagonal-signed Bronze Teeth-leaving just the core duo of Gabriel Gurnsey and Nik Colk Void. This slimmed-down line-up means the Factory Floor of 25 25 feels less like a live rock band than ever before. Their post-punk past has dissolved into extended hardware dance pieces characterized by monomaniacal repetition and stiff, grid-like precision.

The grid-propulsion for Factory Floor's tracks have vacated the almost all of the aspects.

It’s Factory Floor’s second album and it’s their best. As a band, Factory Floor have always felt different. They’re not part of any of-the-moment scene. In the course of making ‘25 25’, the threesome became a twosome (Dominic Butler quit) and Void and Gurnsey dispersed, finishing the record from Norfolk and LA respectively. The result is something harrowingly stripped-back: eight tracks of intense four-to-the-floor drum kicks, skittering snares and buried, half-heard vocals. Opener ‘Meet Me At The End’ is a take-no-prisoners acid house track, carried along by a murmured line: Work, work, wor. .It’s like listening to Rihanna while on a bad trip.

Factory Floor's debut self-titled album was released on 9 September 2013 featuring new versions of their previous singles "Two Different Ways" and "Fall Back", after which Dominic Butler departed the group Musical style. Early single "Bipolar" drew comparisons with Joy Division and The Fall

As the label explains, the album was inspired by the duo’s increasing number of late night club shows, which contributed to the album’s stark, ultra-minimalist and eerily soulful dancefloor pulse. The first single to emerge from the album is ‘Dial Me In’, which Nik Void says was the first track she and bandmate Gabe Gurnsey wrote when starting the album. Factory Floor formed in 2005, and gained themselves a formidable live reputation before releasing their self-titled debut album in 2013.

Factory Floor's next album, 25 25, is due out on DFA Records this August. 'Dial Me In' was the first track Gabe and I wrote together for this record," Void says.

Late-night disco punks Factory Floor are back with 25 25. The follow-up to their 2013 self-titled debut, the new album finds Nik Void and Gabriel Gurnsey working with album mix professional David Wrench (FKA twigs, Caribou). The pair moves in new sonic directions, experimenting with darker, clubbier sounds while staying true to their progressive, post-punk roots.

Factory Floor return to DFA with their sonically striking sophomore album, "25 25". What was once a trio is now a duo, with members Gabe Gurnsey and Nik Void holding it down and co-writing and recording the new LP together. Pitchfork) "25 25" certainly does not forego any of these genres

Tracklist

1 Meet Me At The End
2 Relay
3 Slow Listen
4 25 25
5 Dial Me In
6 Wave
7 Ya
8 Upper Left

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DFA2525 Factory Floor 25 25 ‎(CD, Album) DFA DFA2525 US 2016
DFA2525 Factory Floor 25 25 ‎(2xLP, Album, Whi) DFA, [pias] DFA2525 Europe 2016
DFA2525CD Factory Floor 25 25 ‎(CD, Album) DFA, [pias] DFA2525CD UK & Europe 2016
PCD-22398 Factory Floor 25 25 ‎(CD, Album) P-Vine Records PCD-22398 Japan 2016
DFA2525CD, DFA2525CDB Factory Floor 25 25 ‎(CD, Album + CDr) [pias], DFA, [pias], DFA DFA2525CD, DFA2525CDB UK 2016