Electric Factory

Rüfüs Du Sol at Franklin Music Hall

The first time we saw Rüfüs Du Sol was at Underground Arts back in 2014. Fast forward five years and the Aussie trio returned to the City of Brotherly Love for a sold-out show at Franklin Music Hall (formerly the Electric Factory). There was a line out the door, through the parking lot, and down the block […]

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Odesza at The Electric Factory

We arrived at the Electric Factory on Tuesday, November 21, for the sold-out Odesza show, as Sofi Tukker was playing on stage and the venue was already packed. This was the second night of a three-night run of Odesza shows at the Factory. From the majority of people swaying to the music, it was easy […]

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Zedd at the Electric Factory

Zedd: In reality, what does that word even mean? Checking the dictionary it doesn’t seem to have any true definition. Upon some further research, we discover that the word has a German root. Hailing from Germany, sounds seem to be more closely affiliated with the term rather than words. Everything from electro house, to beautiful […]

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Gucci Mane at The Electric Factory

Gucci Gucci two times, say it two times! Gucci Mane, Gucci Mane La Flare, Big Guwop, Mr. Zone 6, Trap God. You could hear “Brr!” being screamed from excited fans eager to head into the Electric Factory to catch the much anticipated Gucci Mane ‘Trap Lord’ tour on April 25th. After catching Gucci’s set at […]

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Datsik at The Electric Factory

Dubstep as a genre has seen an incredible amount of growth, development, and evolution since it’s start in the late 1990’s. Many artists have come and go throughout the years and it seems like every few months a new name is jumping out of their bedroom studio and into fame fortune and glory. While these […]

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