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'Album of the Month' 10/10 The Skinny

"The overall experience confirms what a triumph this is" 
'Album of the Month' 9/10 DJ

"The whole thing makes you want to punch the air" 
'Album of the Week' 4/5 The Observer

"Eight tracks of harrowingly stripped-back and intense dance music that’ll have you stomping your feet in no time" 
'Album of the Week' 4/5 NME


After releasing their critically acclaimed album 25 25 earlier this year, and playing a sold-out headline show at London's ICAFactory Floor have shared a Jlin remix of one of LP's standout tracks, 'Wave'.

In addition, Factory Floor have contributed to a new Tate commission providing sound accompaniment to a work by French avant-garde artist Philippe Parreno. More information on that event can be found here.

25 25 is the follow up to Factory Floor’s critically acclaimed 2013 self-titled debut. Stripped to a mesmerising dance of percussion, fragmented voice, and melody, the album captures the next stage of evolution for one of the UK’s most restless and exploratory groups.

 25 25 is out now via DFA and can be purchased via iTunes.WAVE and the Jlin remix can be purchased here:


Praise for 25 25

'Record of the Month' London in Stereo

"From the motorised propulsion of 'Slow Listen' to the squelchy groove of 'Dial Me In', there’s more to this act than sheer oomph" 
4/5 The Guardian

"Never short of mesmerising" 
4/5 Q

"These crafted tracks are built for dance floor delirium" 
8/10 Uncut

"A record with delights at times so irresistible it physically moves the listener" 
8.5/10 The Line of Best Fit

"25 25 is a case study in how (even) less can totally be more" 
4.5/5 musicOMH

"25 25 is infectious" 
The Quietus

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Factory Floor share WAVE (JLIN Remix) // Contribute to Philippe Parreno Installation at the Tate // 25 25 out now via DFA

Factory Floor
07 October 2016