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Not bad

Among the 10 tracks of this highly anticipated album, three of them are mere interludes, and one track is a fairly old, albeit brilliant, single. As good as the rest of the stuff is, this feels kinda like a let down. Or am I being unfair?

Factory Floor

Great debut and great live

The next best thing

Just saw their gig at Rough Trade - they sound like legends already! The sound is so strong and refined yet raw and energetic-electric!


Formed: 2008 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Soon after they formed in 2008, London's enigmatic trio Factory Floor garnered comparisons to post-punk and industrial greats like Joy Division and Throbbing Gristle. The group’s first lineup featured drummer/vocalist Gabriel Gurnsey, keyboardist/bassist/vocalist Dominic Butler, and guitarist/percussionist Mark. From their debut single, the limited-release Bipolar, it was clear that their abrasive yet hypnotic and even danceable music was very different than that of other groups inspired by the post-punk...
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