Printed Circuit

Printed Circuit


Printed Circuit is not tired and retro-futurist, nor is it electroclash or straight-forward electro. It’s a unique twist on electronic pop - a carefully-crafted, bright, melodic, innovative and refreshing approach which never fails to get a crowd moving!


Printed Circuit is the pseudonym for 25 year old Claire Broadley, who has been making electronic music since she was 19 years old. Claire has recorded for various influential electronic labels such as Tigerbeat6, Irritant, Elefant and 555... her first album, 'The Adventure Game', was released in 2002, and she has regularly shared stages with electronic and indie greats such as Max Tundra, Momus, Chicks On Speed, Le Tigre, Kid606 and Numbers.

Although the 1980s references come thick and fast in Printed Circuit reviews, that's only one of her influences. Claire’s attention to detail and high standard of production ensures innovative programming that gives her music life. In 2004, Claire released a new record on 555, ‘Byte Me’, which showcases her move towards upbeat, robotic electronic pop. She also toured the UK, played her third Berlin show and ended the year with two Christmas gigs and a concert at midnight on New Years Eve.

2005 sees Printed Circuit tour the world, taking in more than eight countries including Japan, Israel and the USA. She will be joined on the tour by Andrew Raine on back-up synth and programming.


Printed Circuit is currently booking a world tour for 2005 to the following schedule (all dates are currently estimates and TBC):

20-26 March – Sweden
2-9 April - Switzerland OR Israel
22 April-5 May - Japan and China
6-7 May - New Zealand (Auckland)
9-20 May - Australia
22-26 May - LA
27-31 May - San Francisco
2-3 June - Houston
4 June - Miami
6-8 June - Detroit/Toronto
12-16 June - New York/Buffalo

July/August - Germany/Switzerland

Printed Circuit will be a two-person live show for this tour.

For Sweden and Germany please contact Ted Bergcrona, +46(0)706 00 00 94 (
For all other locations please contact Printed Circuit direct (


New album forthcoming early 2005.

'Byte Me' lathe-cut 8", 555 records (55540), August 2004

'The Adventure Game' CD, Catmobile / Darla (CMOB10CD), Nov 2002

Printed Circuit/ Kid606/ Ascdi split "$" 7", Tigerbeat6 (meow043), May 2002

'Acrobotics' CD EP, 555 (555CD49), May 2002

Printed Circuit/ Landing split 7", Jonathon Whiskey (Bjorn Whiskey 34), November 2001

'Reprints' remix CD, Catmobile (CMOB08CD), October 2001

'I Heart My Jen Sexy' 7", irritant (irritant17), July 2001

Electroscope with Printed Circuit/ Windy and Carl split 7", Jonathan Whiskey (Gulliver Whiskey 20), January 2001

'Gimmie Aibo' 7" single, Elefant (ER-223), June 2000

'I Make It Convenient' CDr EP, Catmobile (CMOB05CD), July 1999

Plus numerous compilation appearances.

Set List

A set usually lasts 30 minutes but can be adapted from 20 to 45 minutes. Each song is 3-4 minutes long and one song is played entirely on a Nintendo Gameboy. The set usually includes original material, plus one remix and one cover version, although it changes over time and is flexible.