The Human Circuit, Technicolor Hearts, Seven Pedals, Casinos

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- The Human Circuit, Technicolor Hearts, Seven Pedals, Casinos

The Human Circuit is an independent neo-psych post-rock band on the cutting edge of creativity—a catalyst for art and sound. T.H.C. combines multiple layers of melodic lyrics with piano, synthesizer, trumpet, trombone, violin, cello, flute and clarinet harmonies backed by layered drums and percussion. The band was formed by Mat Oldiges and David Bridges in Houston, Texas, and was later reestablished in Austin, Texas with the addition of some incredible new members. The Human Circuit released their first professionally recorded album, "Circuit Tree" in January 2013 with the help of 5th Street Studios in Austin, Texas (available in local record shops like Waterloo Records). Their second album, "Frequent Seas", is now released and making quite the splash. Their first professional music video, Electric Cute, was also released in June 2013. The Human Circuit has and will always joyously rock weekends at venues like Mohawk, Holy Mountain, Cheer Up Charlie's, Hole in the Wall, Scoot Inn, Spider House, The Parish, and more. The Human Circuit has loved performing events and festivals like, Pecan Street Festival, Ditch the Fest Fest, SXSW (unofficial), Independence Brewing Co. Company's First Saturday, FrankenBike, East Austin Studio Tours (E.A.S.T.) 35 Denton, and many more. The Human Circuit is, "an intriguing band and definitely one to keep your eye on" (The Austinot). Their spectrum of sound is not explainable—it must be experienced. The Human Circuit strives to offer art—not only through their sound, but desires their music to be a vessel for other creative arts as well. The Human Circuit embraces the past and looks forward to the future. The positive feedback and growth The Human Circuit has made while working together in studio, headlining/hosting events, and professionally producing their first music video (with Director Lucas Amann) has inspired them to continue their pursuit.. The need for a U.S. tour is fast becoming a reality. Stay plugged into The Human Circuit at
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