Saw moe. for my first Electric Factory experience this weekend, and I'll give it a "meh." It's basically a big room with a bar on one side, and a balcony area in the back. The stage is reasonably high, so everybody has a pretty good view of the bands.
The drinks were a little pricey, but the bar staff kept things moving. There is an area in the back that serves food, but I didn't eat anything there, so I can't speak to the quality.
The worst thing about the venue is the sound. It's almost like the sound people felt the need to drive the volume levels just past the point of distortion. The vocals were unintelligible, and there was a harshness that was painful to experience. I actually thought that the singers were the problem, but after hearing a recording of the show taken from the sound board (kudos to moe. for making this available to fans), it was clearly a problem with the speakers and/or amplification.
Fortunately the quality of the bands overshadowed the lousy sound treatment, so I still enjoyed myself.
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