Factory Floor

Factory Floor

Music CD - 2013
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"Though Factory Floor is self-produced, it's easy to hear why DFA Records released it: songs like 'Two Different Ways' -- which was also the group's first single for the label -- harness the machine-like repetition that is the heart of their sound to a percussion-heavy, more overtly danceable feel that suggests Factory Records as well as the band's literal industrial roots (their home base is in one of North London's sweatshop districts)."--Heather Phares, allmusic.com.
Publisher: [S.l.] : DFA Records, [2013]
Branch Call Number: POP/ROCK
Characteristics: 1 audio disc :,digital ;,4 3/4 in

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lukasevansherman
Jun 04, 2015

One of the important trends in indie music in the '00s was the embrace of electronic, dance, and disco music. The NYC-based label DFA, founded by James Murphy, Tim Goldsworthy, and Jonathan Galkin, was hugely influential in pushing indie onto the dance floor with bands like the Rapture, YACHT, Hercules and Love Affiar, and Murphy's seminal LCD Soundsystem. If you like those acts, you'll enjoy the cool, minimal dance music of Factory Floor, whose names very likely invokes the iconic Manchester label Factory. You can image this playing at Portland's Holocene.

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