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Plastic Operator Biography Mathieu Gendreau (electronics) & Pieter Van Dessel (vocals / electronics) are Plastic Operator. Respectively hailing from Montreal and Antwerp, the pair met in London in 2001 where they were both studying audio production and began to make sweet music together. In 2004, the pair released their debut three track CD through a handful of record shops. The lead track from the CD, 'Folder', quickly became an internet phenomenon, Rough Trade Shop made it recommendation of the week and radio stations worldwide began championing the song. In London Radio 1's Rob Da Bank began playing the track on his Blue Room show, eventually signing the track to his Sunday Best label. Already picking up admirers from its inclusion on Rob's latest Sunday Best compilation, 'Folder' was released as a single in its own right in November 2005. The song charted on many indie radio stations and DJ charts. DMC Magazine making it number 1 on their Zzub Chart. In 2007 Pieter and Mathieu released their critically acclaimed debut album “Different Places” on Fine Day Records. The album triggered raving reviews across the world and the singles 'Peppermint', 'Why Don't You?' and 'Home 0207' spent weeks and months on the playlist of radio stations such as Studio Brussels, FM Brussels, KCRW... Many Plastic Operator songs are now hitting the dance-floor with remixes provided by creative masterminds Jesse Rose, Speaker Junk, Hermanos Inglesos, Wax Stag, Chewy Chocolate Cookies and the likes. Between their own releases and touring Plastic Operator still found the time to produce the club hit Booka Shade vs Plastic Operator “Won’t Back Down” and got their music featured on numerous films, tv shows and advertisement. 2007 and 2008 saw Plastic Operator take their music to the stage. Their dynamic live rendition of the album made crowds go wild in many major clubs and parties across Europe: from the Bestival Festival on Isle of Wight, to Paris Fashion Week, Culture Club in Ghent, La Fleche D'Or in Paris, Petrol Club in Antwerp and Razzmatazz Club in Barcelona.Plastic Operator Biography Mathieu Gendreau (electronics) & Pieter Van Dessel (vocals / electronics) are Plastic Operator. Respectively hailing from Montreal and Antwerp, the pair met in London in 2001 where they were both studying audio production and began to make sweet music together. In 2004, the pair released their debut three track CD through a handful of record shops. The lead track from the CD, 'Folder', quickly became an internet phenomenon, Rough Trade Shop made it recommendation of the week and radio stations worldwide began championing the song. In London Radio 1's Rob Da Bank began playing the track on his Blue Room show, eventually signing the track to his Sunday Best label. Already picking up admirers from its inclusion on Rob's latest Sunday Best compilation, 'Folder' was released as a single in its own right in November 2005. The song charted on many indie radio stations and DJ charts. DMC Magazine making it number 1 on their Zzub Chart. In 2007 Pieter and Mathieu released their critically acclaimed debut album “Different Places” on Fine Day Records. The album triggered raving reviews across the world and the singles 'Peppermint', 'Why Don't You?' and 'Home 0207' spent weeks and months on the playlist of radio stations such as Studio Brussels, FM Brussels, KCRW... Many Plastic Operator songs are now hitting the dance-floor with remixes provided by creative masterminds Jesse Rose, Speaker Junk, Hermanos Inglesos, Wax Stag, Chewy Chocolate Cookies and the likes. Between their own releases and touring Plastic Operator still found the time to produce the club hit Booka Shade vs Plastic Operator “Won’t Back Down” and got their music featured on numerous films, tv shows and advertisement. 2007 and 2008 saw Plastic Operator take their music to the stage. Their dynamic live rendition of the album made crowds go wild in many major clubs and parties across Europe: from the Bestival Festival on Isle of Wight, to Paris Fashion Week, Culture Club in Ghent, La Fleche D'Or in Paris, Petrol Club in Antwerp and Razzmatazz Club in Barcelona.

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