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About Plaid

London has bred many great Techno artists (more specifically the artists on Warp); Ed Handley and Andy Turner of Plaid are among the ranks. In the early '90s (during the time they were in the Techno outfit the Black Dog with producer Ken Dowie), the pair recorded a series of EPs that would later be re-released in 2000 as the double disc "Trainer." Plaid's live performances are complete multi-media experiences powered by laptops. Their deep minimalist Electro-driven Techno is sequenced with video of abstract and repetitive urban and natural landscapes, a la Philip Glass.

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Listen toPlaidon Napster

London has bred many great Techno artists (more specifically the artists on Warp); Ed Handley and Andy Turner of Plaid are among the ranks. In the early '90s (during the time they were in the Techno outfit the Black Dog with producer Ken Dowie), the pair recorded a series of EPs that would later be re-released in 2000 as the double disc "Trainer." Plaid's live performances are complete multi-media experiences powered by laptops. Their deep minimalist Electro-driven Techno is sequenced with video of abstract and repetitive urban and natural landscapes, a la Philip Glass.

About Plaid

London has bred many great Techno artists (more specifically the artists on Warp); Ed Handley and Andy Turner of Plaid are among the ranks. In the early '90s (during the time they were in the Techno outfit the Black Dog with producer Ken Dowie), the pair recorded a series of EPs that would later be re-released in 2000 as the double disc "Trainer." Plaid's live performances are complete multi-media experiences powered by laptops. Their deep minimalist Electro-driven Techno is sequenced with video of abstract and repetitive urban and natural landscapes, a la Philip Glass.

About Plaid

London has bred many great Techno artists (more specifically the artists on Warp); Ed Handley and Andy Turner of Plaid are among the ranks. In the early '90s (during the time they were in the Techno outfit the Black Dog with producer Ken Dowie), the pair recorded a series of EPs that would later be re-released in 2000 as the double disc "Trainer." Plaid's live performances are complete multi-media experiences powered by laptops. Their deep minimalist Electro-driven Techno is sequenced with video of abstract and repetitive urban and natural landscapes, a la Philip Glass.