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During their stunningly varied and adventurous career, Andy Turner and Ed Handley have issued a string of releases that have shaped the vanguard of British electronic music. With Reachy Prints, Plaid offers a striking follow-up to 2011’s Scintilli, presenting deeply textured electronic grooves, vivid melodies and ethereal production. After opening with the delicate shimmer of “Oh” and the understated, fluttering groove of “Hawkmoth”, the album takes a dark turn with the warped bass synths and lurching, insistent patterns of “Nafovanny”. The blithe “Matin Lunaire” brightens things up, while the duo’s dusky tracks—include the looming, bass-heavy fog of “Ropen” and the funky closer, “Liverpool St”—help make Reachy Prints a rousing success.

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Hawkmoth is a great track! Plaid have been even more active than usual, I'm betting all their exploration in sound/technology will result in a fabulous album.

Can't wait for the rest!

Plaid's best yet

I’ve been listening to "Reachy Prints" for about a month now and am finding its tracks as beguiling as any of their work. But this time around, Plaid seem to have really perfected the art of making a Plaid album. Of course, that’s a ridiculous statement; "Reachy Prints" is no more or less a Plaid album than their previous collections. What I mean to say is that they seem to have worked out the “formula” for distilling their music down to its essence, its core "Plaid-ness" or "Plaid-ism." Viva Plaid!

Grooves, Moves and Great Tunes!

This album is worth every second and every penny. Plain and simple. Great transitions in every song. Great release from Plaid.


Formed: 1991 in England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Plaid pre-existed the association, the duo's Ed Handley and Andy Turner spent most of their early recording years with Ken Downie as the dancefloor-confounding Black Dog Productions. Meshing well with Downie's vision of heavily hybridized post-techno and obscurantist thematics, the pair brought several nascent Plaid tracks to the Black Dog table on the group's debut, Bytes, a collection of tracks recorded by various iterations of the three members. The group recorded several albums and EPs...
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