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Factory Floor share WAVE (JLIN Remix) // Contribute to Philippe Parreno Installation at the Tate // 25 25 out now via DFA
07 October 2016
"Essential" 'Album of the Month' 10/10 The Skinny...
Factory Floor return with a series of ‘How You Say’ EP's released this spring on DFA.
17 March 2014
Factory Floor return with a series of   ‘How You...
Factory Floor Release New Video for “Turn It Up”, single released December 9th via DFA. Remixes from Laurel Halo and Carl Craig
27 November 2013
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Factory Floor unveil Debut Album 9th September on DFA
20 June 2013
Factory Floor will be releasing their highly...
Factory Floor - Fall Back 12" / single release on DFA Records, 14th January
07 January 2013
Factory Floor announce 'Fall Back', their second 12”...
Factory Floor - 'Two Different Ways' remix 12" (27th Aug) on DFA Records
21 August 2012
  Factory Floor Video for Perc remix of 'Two Different...
Factory Floor - New Video for 'Two Different Ways' Out Now
09 November 2011
Watch the Video for Two Different Wayshttp://www.youtube....
Factory Floor - 'Two Different Ways' 12" (14th November)
28 October 2011
Despite the post-industrial label often affixed to Factory...

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Factory Floor - 'Two Different Ways'

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Factory Floor - 'Second Way'

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Factory Floor - Two Different Ways (Perc remix)

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Factory Floor 'Turn It Up'

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Over the past two years, Factory Floor have emerged as the most potent and original live force in contemporary British music. Based in their own studio in a former sweat shop in North London, the trio of Gabe Gurnsey, Dominic Butler and Nik Void construct a new form that builds on the pioneering rhythms and sonic textures of early industrial groups, the heavier end of techno, and contemporary electronica. Just as they were becoming infamous as a group who delivered pulverising noise in an all-engulfing assault that menaced the bands they were supporting, Factory Floor evolved yet again.


Despite an increasing lightness of approach, their music has lost none of the relentless energy and focussed aggression. ‘Lying’, their first release on Blast First, was voted one of NME’s best albums of 2010, and a subsequent 12” series saw remixes from New Order’s Steven Morris and Chris Carter of Throbbing Gristle and Carter Tutti. This was followed by the R E A L L O V E  single on the Optimo label. As Factory Floor move ever onwards in practice and methods as much as sound, they plan to compliment traditional single and album releases with one-off performances, films, art installations and collaborations. The first of these came when Chris Carter joined Factory Floor for their performances at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound Festival and the London Roundhouse. Formed around three, an indestructible triangle, Factory Floor's human machine is the very sound of progress

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Factory Floor - 'Two Different Ways'

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Factory Floor - Two Different Ways (Perc dub)

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