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About Plaid

Even when exploring diverse subgenres of electronic music, British duo Plaid maintain a delicate touch. Andy Turner and Ed Handley founded the project in London in 1991 as a successor to their trio The Black Dog, who signed to Warp Records in the early years of the pioneering UK label. Plaid have released the vast majority of their catalog through Warp, starting with 1997’s Not for Threes. That album featured Björk singing and even playfully howling like a wolf on “Lilith,” against mellow breakbeats and a latticework of pulsing melodies. Always subtly shape-shifting, Plaid have since spanned bubbly ambience (2001’s Double Figure), cinematic moodiness (2016’s The Digging Remedy), and glitchy intricacy (2019’s Polymer). Turner and Handley even imagined themselves playing an infinite festival on a fictional planet on 2022’s Feorm Falorx, prompting some of their most elastic work yet.

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