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Boomkat Product Review:
Factory Floor drummer Gabe Gurnsey twirls a perfectly kinky late ’80s/early ‘90s EBM and new beat adjacent electro-pop sound in his spot-on 2nd album for Phantasy Sound
A supremely lithe and dead sexy set channelling everything from classic Chris & Cosey to Miss Kittin, Baby Ford and Depeche Mode, ‘Diablo’ does the devil’s work in 10 exquisitely measured cuts. Where too much dance music right now sounds like a simulacra sourced from focus groups, this stuff sound like Gabe has spent nuff time in darkrooms and sweaty clubs to get it right on the $£X¥ money, meshing supple, flesh coloured synths and lip-smacking vocals to tight , brawny basslines and a tempered brand of the signature percussive kinks that drove Factory Floor’s decade of winners.
Gurnsey gives the people what they need with potent highlights littered between the puckered peacockery of ‘Push’ and the FM synth blush of ‘To The Room’. His droll vocals ice the ruddy drive of ‘Hey Diablo’, and ‘Power Passion’ is right on the sweetspot of Nikie Van Lierop-esque, x ‘90s new beat, with firing acid bass squelch in ‘You Remind Me’. His percussive instincts are wickedly suppressed in the deferred gratification of ‘I Love a Sea On Fire’, and the slower strut of ‘Give Me’ is an immaculate synth-pop turn adjacent Junior Boys.