Rhythm, texture & frantic, multi-layered productions where repetition is key - 'Factory floor' have had a buzz surrounding them for nigh on five years & their first full length on the quality-conscious 'DFA' imprint is certainly no disappointment.
Their reputation is built upon wild shows that mix synthesised elements, prepared instruments & general aural abuse. 'Factory Floor's metronomic beats, insistent pulses, 80s techno apreggiations & industrial drones perpetually modulate, entertain &, in a completed unfounded claim, boost productivity (or at least it seems to in the Resident basement!) . A sensational listening experience that is best played LOUD!
daniel recommends : "relentless metallic plundering of industrial, techno, house & noise, monotony as a good thing”.
jez recommends : "The stark, minimal, and most groove-oriented record of the year, combines influences from PanSonic to Detroit techno, and turns this discerning taste into hypnotic, relentless tracks that send this listener into a dancing frenzy".
- Turn It Up
- Here Again
- Fall Back
- How You Say
- Two Different Ways
- Work Out
- Breathe In