Listen: Factory Floor Remix New My Disco
News posted Friday, August 17 2012 at 10:00 AM.
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On repeat. That’s the best way to listen to any new My Disco offering, letting its mechanical-like internal repetition play out in a more sustained form. It’s certainly the recommended approach for the Michael Cliffe House Remix of their new track ‘Wrapped Coast’, executed by London’s DFA-signed post-industrial act Factory Floor and presumably named after former British Parliament member Michael Cliffe. Heard below, the remix is included on an upcoming 12” EP that pairs the original ‘Wrapped Coast’ with ‘All I Can Do’ and a remix of that by Justin K. Broadrick (Jesu, Godflesh).
Compared to “a slightly deranged bastard spawn of Boredoms and Mission of Burma” in the press release, My Disco’s own version of ‘Wrapped Coast’ “has clear nods to late-night dance and debauchery.” The B-side, meanwhile, showcases the Melbourne-formed trio’s “ability to craft mesmerizing body music with space.”
My Disco are supporting Shellac (whose Steve Albini has produced two of their albums) at this year’s Melbourne Festival before touring Europe in October and November. Out Oct. 26 on the band’s U.S. label, Temporary Residence Ltd., the new 12” is limited to 1000 copies and nears a half-hour in length with just four tracks. That said, Factory Floor's ticklish, tightly bustling remix clocks in at under five minutes. So yeah, hit repeat.