Nebula Sphynx/Parascopic Rope out February 7th, Time No Place to release new and older works from Secret Circuit later this year
The debut 12″ by electronic diviner Secret Circuit – aka Eddie Ruscha (also of Laughing Light of Plenty & Food of the Gods) – is now the physical property of earth’s people. The two tracks contained herein traveled across distant seas & sands in search of an altar from which to radiate, finally landing in the lap of Beats In Space for the label’s second ever release.
On “Nebula Sphynx” analog synths & sequencers burn deep like a tincture of jack house and ham-fisted experimental attack music. The track features special guest circuit Cole MGN (The Samps, Nite Jewel), who gives the “Sphynx” an extra crispy, cosmic crunch. Ruscha keeps the meters peaking on “Parascopic Rope” with randy drum machine blasts and Casio SK-wanderings. WARNING: Portals to astral planes may suddenly appear between speakers while spinning this side.
Each 12″ from Beats in Space features original artwork in considerate & serial form. BIS002 12″ features artwork by CF (aka – Providence-based artist Christopher Forgues), purveyor of the Powr Mastrs comic books epic and a finely-tweaked & tuned in dude. The 12″ packaging constructed by Will Work For Good features a removable vinyl BIS logo cling. The 12″ will be available on February 7th, 2012 from fine retailers worldwide. The digital version will be available February 21st, 2012 from the drab internet universe.
2012 will see the release of a bunch of new material from Secret Circuit including another 12″ on Prins Thomas’ Full Pupp, as well as a retrospective compilation of tracks from the Secret Circuit archives is due this year from the LA label Time No Place in addition to a new EP.