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Plaid & The Bee (live) at The Dark Horse

The Dark Horse, Moseley, West Midlands


This event has now passed and tickets are no longer available.

Upcoming The Dark Horse events

Sunday 26th February 17

Saturday 4th March 17


Sat, 18th Feb 17
Doors Open
10:00 pm
Last Entry
12.00 am
Event Ends
2:00 am - Sun, 19th Feb 17
Age Restriction
18 and over
Dress Code
Event Organiser


PLAID (live - warp records) LIVE IN MOSELEY!!!!

with support from 214 (live - all the way from the USA)

and residents

ADJ (pyramid transmissions / globalfunk radio)

AUTOMATON (scratch club / satamile records)




Plaid is a British electronic music duo from London, composed of Andy Turner and Ed Handley. They were founding members of The Black Dog[1] and used many other names, such as Atypic (Andy Turner) and Balil (Ed Handley),[2] before settling on Plaid. They have collaborated with female singers Mara Carlyle,[3] Nicolette[3] and Björk,[4] and have released records on the labels Clear, Peacefrog, Black Dog Productions, and Warp Records (along with Trent Reznor's label Nothing Records).[3]

Aside from their own material, Plaid have done extensive remix work for many other artists, including Red Snapper, Björk, Goldfrapp, and The Irresistible Force. Parts in the Post (2003) contains just a handful of Plaid's remix work to date.

Plaid collaborated with video artist Bob Jaroc for their live performances and on the 5.1 audio/visual project entitled Greedy Baby.[5] The project was completed on 20 July 2005, and was first shown at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in the South Bank Centre, and subsequently at the BFI Imax cinema in Waterloo, London. Greedy Baby was released on DVD from Warp Records on 26 June 2006.

In 2006, Plaid composed and performed the original score to Michael Arias' anime film Tekkonkinkreet, and then went on to rejoin Arias for his second feature, Heaven's Door, as well as two of his subsequent short films.[6]

In 2009, they contributed a cover of a Plone song to the Warp20 (Recreated) compilation.