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By DAVID DAY  |  April 10, 2007

There’s also forthcoming Zero G wax from MIKE UZZI and BEN RECHT (which includes a remix from hot producer Someone Else), the Gianelli 12-inch in September, and original music from Circuits favorite KEEPALIVE, an established composer and electronic-music producer in one. Gianelli’s anniversary set at Phoenix Landing was smoking hot, with the Scientist practically buried in his gear, wires and laptops everywhere. He played most of his Zero G sound, including a selection from “Mosquito Bytes,” his hit 12-inch of last year. He now has multiple releases in the works: a Sr. Replicante remix, a 12-inch on Zero G, and, of course, his backpack special. “It’s great. Because we can actually see if people will support an artist with direct contact.”

Circuits caught up with another unlockedgroove member that night, SIX MILLION DOLLAR DAN, whose local cult band, the Product, have recently renamed themselves ELECTRIC LASER PEOPLE. They have a new album out in June. “The album’s called Straight Talk on Raising Kids,” the congenial Dan (a/k/a Dan Paluska) shouts inside the club, over a set of minimal techno. “We’ve got a Web site, MySpace, 1-800 Electric Laser People, 1-900 Electric Laser People, we’ve got it all. The album, which is being promoted through Framingham’s Powderfinger Promotion; will be followed by dates that’ll including a warm-up Tuesday May 1 at T.T. the Bear’s Place

On the Web
Electric Laser People: http://myspace.com/electriclaserpeople
Kooky Scientist: http://www.myspace.com/kookyscientist

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