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Vancouver art star Jeremy Shaw has returned to the musical stage under his Circlesquare moniker. After the disolution of Output records, the fate of the abstract electronic project looked unclear. After being featured on the soundtrack for gaming title Need For Speed, and a decampment from native Vancouver to current cultural hotbed Berlin, this project is back on the rails, signed to K7, and features the bolder, brasher, live sounds prototyped with the Fight Sounds ep. Schoolmate and long-time visual collaborator Bienvenido Cruz lenses the minimal music video, inspired by the artwork of Robert Longo series, Men In The Cities. And, yes, you may recognize the faces some of dancers - Miles Faber and Vincent Noiseux of the premier season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada. Them kids can move. Watch the music video (qt).

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