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The Circuit

The Circuit

The Circuit


The Circuit was centred around a collaboration between Adrian Sherwood and Steve Beresford in the 1982-84 period. Steve, probably best known for his work with David Toop (General Strike), first worked with Sherwood around the time of the dawn of On-U Sound as a member of the one-time 17-strong New Age Steppers line up. The idea behind The Circuit was to provide a 'house band' centred around Steve on synths, guitars and beatbox for releases on On-U Sound's early 1980s sub-imprint Read more on Last.fm
The Circuit was centred around a collaboration between Adrian Sherwood and Steve Beresford in the 1982-84 period. Steve, probably best known for his work with David Toop (General Strike), first worked with Sherwood around the time of the dawn of On-U Sound as a member of the one-time 17-strong New Age Steppers line up. The idea behind The Circuit was to provide a 'house band' centred around Steve on synths, guitars and beatbox for releases on On-U Sound's early 1980s sub-imprint, MIXOUT - according to one press release at the time of its launch, a label intended to be the home of "innovative dance music". The work of The Circuit was mostly unreleased. Their only album, "Presenting The Circuit", was first scheduled for September 1983 and then November 1984, but failed to materialise as the master tape is said to have been lost in transit to the USA.

The only track from that project to see full light of day, and also the only released track credited to The Circuit alone, is "Loudspeaker" which appeared on the compilation "Pay It All Back Vol. 1". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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