Adelphi Music Factory

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Adelphi Music Factory is a brotherhood. A sisterhood. An industrial northern collective sharing music from the heart.

Three school friends form the core of the act, while singers, artists, producers and even gospel choirs on rotation complete the line up. The outcome is exquisite: carefully-curated house and disco anthems. Of course, the group are passionate for the music - heavily influenced and led by their Sheffield roots, with multiple track names dedicated to their homeland - but AMF are equally so for the cause. Regularly engaging with charities, unions and progressive organisations through both musical output and the events they play, even the most intrinsic elements of Adelphi Music Factory’s story hold unification above all else. Of particular prominence is their short film, ‘2020: The Fight For Love’. In aid of the World Health Organisation, the pandemic project was soundtracked by the group’s unreleased music, alongside the acclaimed Gospel House Trilogy. Intended to share an uplifting story of the Covid-19 crisis worldwide, underpinned by the need to keep fighting for love, the stellar hour-long work is merely one of AMF’s historic movements for good. Having additionally worked with local humanitarian charities and upcoming fundraising-fuelled parties planned, they epitomise the values of AMF: peace, love, and togetherness. Their motivation is resonance through artistic expression.

Four years into the Adelphi Music Factory project, the goal is executed impeccably. With a craft honed so perfectly after years as both music consumers and producers, it feels somewhat inevitable Adelphi Music Factory’s discography today boasts more than 50 million streams worldwide. The immense success of debut release ‘Javelin’ set a precedent, with tracks ‘Save Me’ and ‘Rise Again’ used to open iconic Boiler Rooms by both Floorplan and TSHA. Added to this, seminal names including The Blessed Madonna, Patrick Topping, Gerd Janson, CINTHIE, Denis Sulta, Eliza Rose and more have supported the Steel City collective’s infectious work. Summer '23 single ‘Memories (Burning In Time)’ was named their sixth Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. More recently 'The Love Theory' EP picked up support across Radio 1, KISS, 6Music plus DJs such as Eliza Rose, Busy P, Laurent Garnier and Carlita. Forthcoming endeavours include releases on Three Six Zero, Street Tracks, a new EP on Shall Not Fade and more output on their Beat Factory imprint. A plethora of shows are filling the diary for 2024, with AMF completing a debut tour across 2021 and 2022 DJing at Field Day, The Warehouse Project, Amnesia Ibiza, Hideout Festival, Stealth, Beat-Herder and Secret Garden Party.