Gabe Gurnsey releases his forthcoming new solo album Physical on August 3 via Phantasy Sound.
Directed by Gabe Gurnsey. Factory Floor‘s sophomore album 25 25 is out now on DFA Records. “Much like the album contents and lyrics the idea was to leave the video to the viewers / listeners own interpretation, sitting somewhere between abstract and suggestive,” Gurnsey says in a press release. “People tend to apply Factory Floor’s… Read more »
After releasing their critically acclaimed sophomore album 25 25 earlier this year, Factory 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… Read more »
Directed by Factory Floor, and featuring sculptures by the duo’s Nik Void. 25 25 drops August 19 on DFA Records. Pre-order it here.
London’s Factory Floor return on August 19 with 25 25, their second album for DFA and the follow up to their highly acclaimed 2013 self-titled debut. Following the release of their debut album Factory Floor in 2013, the band – consisting of Nik Void and Gabriel Gurnsey – slimmed down to a duo. Following the… Read more »
London’s Factory Floor return in 2016 with 25 25, their second album for DFA and the follow up to their highly acclaimed 2013 self-titled debut. With their music stripped to a mesmerising dance of percussion, fragmented voice and melody, 25 25 captures the next vital stage in the evolution of one of the UK’s most… Read more »
After sharing her exceptional synth-pop epic White Light at the beginning of the month, Shura is back with its Noel Paul-directed video. Filmed at Cheddar Gorge in Somerset, England, the stunning video features Aleksandra Denton’s real-life twin brother, and follows him and his love interest amid extraterrestrial circumstances. Along with the official video, Shura also… Read more »
Factory Floor have re-worked The Acid‘s latest single, Fame, flipping the track entirely to create a head-spinning and claustrophobic remix thats primary intention is to lead us to the dancefloor. The track is available for purchase digitally via Mute on August 5. Dig in.
Factory Floor drop the Dan Tombs & Nik Void-directed video for How You Say, a track that appears on the London trios exceptional 2013 self-titled debut. Check it out. Factory Floor is available now on DFA Records. Pick it up here.
Take a listen to Daniel Avery‘s smouldering take on Factory Floor‘s How You Say. Below, the track can be streamed in full before its official release on April 14 via DFA Records. Avery has completely flipped the track on its head, making it slightly slower than the original version, which is typically blistering, and in the… Read more »