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Emotional Response prepares a second Secret Circuit collection

More material from the archives of Eddie Ruscha features on the forthcoming Cosmic Vibrations collection.

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Odd Numbers join the No ‘Label’ fray

Willie Burns, Secret Circuit and Suzanne Kraft are the Odd Numbers.

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Suzanne Kraft and Secret Circuit are Blasé

The LA-based duo team up as Blasé for forthcoming album Sunset Dawn on ESP Institute.

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This week at Juno

Despite some stiff competition, one 12″ stood out as our record of the week thanks to its incredible remixes.

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Secret Circuit – Tactile Galactics

In recent press photos, Eddie Ruscha has looked every bit the West Coast acid casualty that his vivid, kaleidoscopic productions have suggested. Surrounded by his colourful, out-there paintings and dressed head to toe in “tropical psychedelic” clothes – a distinctive concoction of rainbow-coloured scarves, baggy jewellery, strange masks and eye-popping patterned sweaters – he projects himself as the apotheosis of the 21st century digital hippy. Given the hazy look in his eyes, you’d never accuse him of putting it on; clearly, he’s more out-there and artistically inspired than your average electronic producer.

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Secret Circuit to release Tactile Galactics LP on Beats In Space

Secret Circuit will release a new album on Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space label in April.

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Beats In Space end 2012 with Secret Circuit’s Afterlife

Los Angeles based producer Secret Circuit will provide the final release of 2012 on Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space label with the forthcoming Afterlife EP.

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Juno Plus Podcast 46: Secret Circuit

The central axis field of Secret Circuit mixes the 46th Juno Plus podcast – expect the weird and the wonderful.

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Secret Circuit – Tropical Psychedelics

American producer Eddie Ruscha has an impeccable underground pedigree, having spent most of his decade-plus career self-releasing hand produced cassettes under the Secret Circuit pseudonym. In recent years he’s embraced the digital age, self-releasing a handful of album-length collections of analogue doodles, hard-to-pigeonhole soundscapes and vaguely Balearic cuts that seemingly tumble from the speakers. There was also a series of collaborative releases with Thomas Bullock under the Laughing Light of Plenty alias.

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Secret Circuit preps debut album for Emotional Response

Los Angeles based producer Secret Circuit will release an album compiling various cassette-only tracks through London based label Emotional Response, it has been announced.

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Watch: Secret Circuit – Nebula Sphynx

In his review of Secret Circuit’s Nebula Sphynx, Juno Plus scribe Matt Anniss memorably described the title track as “the music of robotic, circuit board-loving monkeys”; perhaps “deranged carwash acid” is a more apt description if this video is anything to go by.

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Secret Circuit – Nebula Sphynx review

Even in a place as densely populated with tastemakers as New York City, Tim Sweeney stands out. Through his immaculate weekly Beats In Space radio show, Sweeney has proved time and time again that he not only has the nose for a good tune, but he’s not afraid to search the stranger fringes of electronic music for inspiration. Given this impeccable track record, it was probably inevitable that he would turn his hand to running a label at some point. It was always likely, too, that the label would release bold and forthright music that doesn’t fit into any neat pigeonholes.

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