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Factory Floor - 'Two Different Ways'

It's a behemoth of a track

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It’s Factory Floor’s first release for New York label DFA – and oh my, did they choose a corker to get things started. ‘Two Different Ways’ is a less feral beast than some of the London trio’s previous cuts but, with Nik Colk’s icy vocals, neuron-frying synths and nods to Chicago house played out over nearly 10 minutes of noisy bliss, it’s a behemoth of a track nonetheless.



Ben Hewitt, writer

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