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If you’re looking for classic Warp-style IDM, dig no further. On their ninth LP, London's masters of the headphone-listen stay true to their roots, distilling club music down to its constituent parts with intricate programming and pristine sound. Opener “Do Matter” builds slowly into a frazzled cacophony of tones, and “Dilatone” is all dubbed-out, panning synths that ride on a squelching and burbling beat. “Melifer" and “Wen" feel effortlessly laidback as their bell-like guitars simply glisten. But “Clock” is the winner here, its fidgeting synth stabs echoing the ghosts of ‘90s raves.

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My Summer Album

Best release since the P-brain EP. These are all perfect for the summer time, and you need to hear them start-to-finish. "The Bee" "Melifer" and "Wen" really stand out, but "Lambswool" and "Held" get better with with each play. Do yourself a fovor and just get the whole album.
I think I'm going to write a thank you note to Plaid for staying true to their style for so many years.


The Digging Remedy is another high point in Plaid's spectacular discography. New details emerge with each listen. A beautiful journey from beginning to end.

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Heard about the album release from the Warp feed on FB, was reminded by Spotify who was kind enough to let me listen to it and added to my now complete collection of Plaid tones. Another great album.


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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