Neal Robbins, AKA Fun Factory, has had roots in the Denver dance music scene for upwards of five years. An early raiding of his parents record collection of 70’s vinyl brought groups like the Doobie Brothers, Bee Gee’s, and ZZ Top into the mix. Combining these classics with an extensive collection of Chicago House, Deep House, and Nu Disco created a unique fusion of audio that defines his sound today. This versatility has seen him play alongside a musically diverse crowd ranging from old-school legends Étienne de Crécy and Todd Edwards, to nu-school favorites The Magician, Plastic Plates, and Aeroplane. 2014 is a big year for Fun Factory and has him holding down a residency at Bar Standard as well as a foray into the world of production. Look for a new original release this summer and smiling dance floors all around Denver this year!