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|AT0037||Factory Acts||Second Amendment (CD, EP, Dig)||AnalogueTrash Records||AT0037||UK||2017|
|AT0037||Factory Acts||Second Amendment (4xFile, FLAC, EP)||AnalogueTrash Records||AT0037||UK||2017|
Artist: Factory Acts. Album: Second Amendment - EP, 2017.
Factory Acts are a Salford based post-punk dark-electro duo. They exist at the edge of the analogue-digital divide, sometimes dreaming, always dancing. They are SoS (aka Susan) on vocals, synths and an assortment of squelching electro-gadgets, and MD (aka Matt), the drum and bass section. Factory Acts was born following the accidental creation of a new sound, and a hastily written two song instrumental debut at Salford Lads Club.
Factory Acts-Second OK. 00-factory acts-second amendment-ep-2017. 00-factory acts-second oof. May 2nd, 2017 21:09 Music Darkwave. 1. Factory Acts – Leave The World To Us 2. Factory Acts – Signal 3. Factory Acts – Ants 4. Factory Acts – AWG. Download. D89F/Factory Acts-Second OK.
Factory Acts, Salford. Factory Acts was born following the accidental creation of a new sound, and a hastily written two song instrumental debut at the legendary Salford Lad's Club. After wowing audiences and critics alike with their debut EP Thirst in 2014, Salford's underground, postpunk maestros released their highly-anticipated follow-up, the Second Amendment EP, in April 2017 on Manchester’s alternative electronic label AnalogueTrash. Factory Acts have received repeated air play on BBC Introducing Manchester, Ireland's 2FM, Salford City Radio and numerous internet stations worldwide.
Our second 4-track EP has a fuller sound and more up-tempo beats but maintains the dark heart of the first. The songs speak of hope in an increasingly fractured world. Dancing out despair is the desire. Outside of the studio it's been a busy couple of years for Factory Acts. Release Date 2017-04-21
The 42nd amendment to Constitution of India, officially known as The Constitution (Forty-second amendment) Act, 1976, was enacted during the Emergency (25 June 1975 – 21 March 1977) by the Indian National Congress government headed by Indira Gandhi. Most provisions of the amendment came into effect on 3 January 1977, others were enforced from 1 February and Section 27 came into force on 1 April 1977.
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