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25.11.2013

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Factory Floor “Here Again” Factory Floor have a fairly narrow range – all of their songs follow more or less the same template of a repetitive groove that grows increasingly tense and heavy – but they are absolutely brilliant at what they do. “Here Again” is the closest they come to a pop song, partly because the vocals are very prominent, but mainly for the way it keeps adding b... Source: fluxblog.org

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