Square Circle
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Square Circle

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"Album Network"

"...Square Circle is quickly becoming a hit with fans and radio alike, proving they are anything but a studio band with their amazing live performances..." - Album Network

"411 Magazine"

Appear in last months edition of 411 video magazine. Featured in 4 videos. Will be featured in an upcoming release as well. - 411 Magazine

"BPM Magazine"

Square Circle makes solid space-age funk and you should go get some..." - BPM Magazine

"San Diego Union Tribune"

"Fortunately [Square Circle] strives to bend the rules and rewrite the unwritten laws." (3 1/2 out of 4 stars) --San Diego Union Tribune, March 29th, 2001
- San Diego Union Tribune

"SLAMM Magazine"

"Square Circle's arrival on the scene is a very, very welcome bit of electro-invention. " (4 out of 4 stars) --Troy Johnson, SLAMM Magazine - SLAMM Magazine

"Vision Magazine"

"This is the sound that you'd think would have come from the Bohemian, subterranean artisans of Europe. A varied sound that further defines this new generation of music-makers." - Vision Magazine


We have two full length releases, "Say Hello to Square Circle" and "Mankind".

We have received airplay in San Diego on 91x, 105.3, and 92.5 . We are featured on the following internet radio sites as well newartistradio.net, the Overflow Music Network, Kooba Radio, Cyberstorm Radio, Radio Seagull,



This band is full of surprises, in other words, totally unpredictable. It is a union born of a variety of styles, drawn from a reserve of seemingly endless influences - everything from Pink Floyd, Air and Zero7 to 80's Synth-Pop and a bit of Ragtime for good measure. This self released 2nd album defies the ever too common "sophomoric slump" with a final product that makes obvious their growth and evolution. Goes well with Beastie Boy's "Intergalactic", The Cure's "Pictures Of You" and Hot Club Of Cowtown's "I Can't Tame Wild Women."