Factory Floor - Factory Floor album flac
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Factory Floor
Style: Post-Punk, Electro, Techno, Leftfield
FLAC version ZIP size: 1482 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1156 mb
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Factory Floor by Factory Floor, released 09 September 2013 1. Turn It Up 2. Here Again 3. One 4. Fall Back 5. Two 6. How You Say 7. Two Different Ways 8. Three 9. Work Out 10. Breathe In It’s the first album-length statement from the band, who earned a powerful live and recorded reputation on the strength of the ‘Fall Back’ and ‘Two Different Ways’ for DFA (both tracks included here) - not to mention their early releases for Optimo Music and Blast First Petite
Factory Floor are a London-based band formed in 2005. The band formed in 2005, originally comprising Gabriel Gurnsey and Mark Harris, who were then joined by Dominic Butler. Harris later left, going on to form Shift Work. Gurnsey and Butler were then joined by Nik Colk (aka Nik Colk Void), formerly of KaitO, in 2010.
Factory Floor – 'Factory Floor'. There’s a common misconception that making dance music is easy – one that’s not helped by wunderkind producers (Disclosure, Happa, Bondax, Blawan) cranking out hits on Ableton before they’re out of their teens. Their process sounds exhausting, but the effort has been entirely worthwhile. This self-titled debut album is captivating from start to finish, visceral in the extreme, and absolutely packed with the sort of bubbling, synthesised hooks that grab you by the disco balls and don’t let go.
Written by Sarah Lay5 September, 2013. Factory Floor – Factory Floor (DFA) CD, DL, LP Released 9 September 2013. The debut from Factory Floor has been much anticipated and it delivers experimental electronica beyond expectation to be one of the best, and most original, albums of 2013
Soon after, Factory Floor collaborated with Chris & Cosey, the Pop Group’s Mark Stewart, and former New York downtown disco composer Peter Gordon, showing that the new band was well aware of its sonic forebears. It speaks to the trio’s acumen that, for all of the above musical signifiers, their album never feels overstuffed.
Factory Floor is not a noise or a post-punk record (although as a band they remain firmly in both those camps), at least not in the manner that Nik Void, Gabe Gurnsey and Dominic Butler established on the Lying/A Wooden Box single. Nor does it quite occupy the death-disco overlap region of 'R E A L L O V E' and the brusque 12" versions of 2011's 'Two Different Ways'. A better name might perhaps have been One, or something similar to imply, as the music does, that it offers listeners the first in a (hopefully ongoing) series of studio missives charting the evolution of this most difficult to place of groups.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Turn It Up||6:15|
|6||How You Say||6:27|
|7||Two Different Ways||8:15|
Engineer – Jim Spencer*
- Copyright (c) – DFA Records
- Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Mono House
- Produced At – Mono House
- Mixed At – The Institute Of Gizmology
- Mastered At – The Edit Suite
- Mastered By – Nigel Walton
- Mixed By – Q
- Written-By, Recorded By, Producer – Factory Floor
NotesHand-stamped and numbered white label edition limited to 200. Comes and a clear jacket bearing a silkscreened blue Factory Floor logo with clear plastic inner sleeves. Some version may have come in an outer white sleeve.
|DFA2392||Factory Floor||Factory Floor (CD, Album)||DFA||DFA2392||US||2013|
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|DFA2392||Factory Floor||Factory Floor (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pin)||DFA||DFA2392||UK||2013|
|PCD-20282||Factory Floor||Factory Floor (CD, Album)||P-Vine Records||PCD-20282||Japan||2013|
|DFA2392||Factory Floor||Factory Floor (2xLP, Album, Whi + CD, Album)||DFA||DFA2392||UK||2013|