Beats in Space Records will release the latest album from Eddie Ruscha's long-running production alias this April.
Tactile Galactics, the latest full-length from Secret Circuit, is due out on Tim Sweeney's Beats in Space Records this April.
Secret Circuit is Eddie Ruscha, a Los Angeles-based producer whose career has taken its fair share of twists and turns over the years. He got his start as a member of '90s shoegaze group Medicine, and he's collaborated with members of Rub N Tug, Cibo Matto and Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti all while working synths as Secret Circuit. Ruscha has been notably prolific over the last few years, with a number of self-released albums to his name and singles for Prins Thomas's Internasjonal label as well as BIS. Like much of Secret Circuit's recent output, Tactile Galactics will explore a distinctly psychedelic side of contemporary disco and house. You can get a taste for the album's sound with its first single, "Afterlife," which debuted on last week's episode of Beats in Space. Check out a video of its first rotation below:
01. Higher Heights
03. Nebula Sphynx
05. Deep Stations
06. Sync or Swim
07. Words in Transit
08. Parascopic Rope
10. Rogue Unit
Beats in Space Records will release Tactile Galactics on April 30th, 2013.