Factor(x) is a German electronic-pop band currently residing in New York City, under the strict supervision of legendary producer NNMaddox. Kein, Steif, Franziska and Jorg as a cohesive unit create some of the most thought-provoking, inspiring soundscapes with simplistic, yet brilliant lyrics. After a demo tape consisting of songs about math and science landed on NNMaddox's desk, the indie icon knew exactly what to do. He immediately flew the German quartet to New York and began working on a full-length LP. Thirteen songs later, operation paperclip was born. With a mixture of Kraftwerk and Brian Eno-influenced tracks, and sounds that have never before been heard, the album could only fit into one completely new genre: Metamorphic Rock. 'This is the age of artificial life form dreams,' exclaims Kein in a robotic tone on 'Push My Buttons.' It is clear that something new has set foot on the musical world, something you may not be ready for. Pi, Pythagoras, obtuse angles, remote controls and Alexander Graham Bell may not be typical topics in music today. But factor(x) is no typical band. Relying mostly on synthesizers, percussion and analog drum machines, factor(x) brings excitement to a music industry that desperately needs originality. NNMaddox's wonderful production brings together the raw power of the band. He polishes a diamond in the rough to create the newest sensation in the 14mercy army, factor(x).