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Reachy Prints is an album by Plaid released on May 19, 2014 on Warp Records. Upon announcement of the album, Plaid released the track "Hawkmoth", and several weeks later revealed the single, "Tether". "Tether" was accompanied with an interactive website that acted as a sort of music video that could be mutated by mouse and keyboard input from the user. Plaid continued marketing this track by releasing the stems and initializing a remix contest, the winner of which would receive a package of most of their releases on vinyl records as well as a MIDI instrument that would be used in live performances of the album.
Reachy Prints is an album by Plaid released on May 19, 2014 on Warp Records. Upon announcement of the album, Plaid released the track "Hawkmoth", and several weeks later revealed the single, "Tether". "Tether" was accompanied with an interactive website that acted as a sort of music video that could be mutated by mouse and keyboard input from the user. Plaid continued marketing this track by releasing the stems and initializing a remix contest, the winner of which would receive a package of most of their releases on vinyl records as well as a MIDI instrument that would be used in live performances of the album.
801061025021
Plaid - Reachy Prints

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Format: CD
Label: WRP
Rel. Date: 05/20/2014
UPC: 801061025021

Reachy Prints
Artist: Plaid
Format: CD
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Reachy Prints is an album by Plaid released on May 19, 2014 on Warp Records. Upon announcement of the album, Plaid released the track "Hawkmoth", and several weeks later revealed the single, "Tether". "Tether" was accompanied with an interactive website that acted as a sort of music video that could be mutated by mouse and keyboard input from the user. Plaid continued marketing this track by releasing the stems and initializing a remix contest, the winner of which would receive a package of most of their releases on vinyl records as well as a MIDI instrument that would be used in live performances of the album.
        
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