There is more than one artist with this name. 1. legendary obscure ambient/experimental "krautrock" duo of the early 80's in similar realms to Cluster and Harmonia. Buschi B. Buchweitz & Mike Bohrmann made 3 albums under this name ( Circles  / More Circles  / The Third Cycle  ) on own independent label Einhorn Music as well as their parallel project D.O.C. aka Das Organisierte Chaos. 2. Circles - Australian metallers mixing up cutting edge production techniques with some altogether killer guitar work, CIRCLES instantly stand out from the Metal-by-numbers crowd with their, quite frankly, sublime song-craft and incredible vocal delivery. AVAILABLE NOW from basickrecords.com! The band’s debut 6-track EP ‘The Compass’, combines musical influences from technically minded bands such as Periphery and Textures, whilst simultaneously drawing lyrical and vocal comparisons to the early works of Incubus and Faith No More. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Circles/10150090456335571 3. A one man band created by Ryan Dixon of San Diego, CA. Creating each song in individual studio sessions is what makes this band new and innovative. sitting down for up to 20 hrs at a time on 1 song helps to make a unique blend of improvisational jazz, funk and experimental songs that help to make you feel something different as you listen to each song. www.myspace.com/thisiscircles due to complications with the home studio, circles has been shortly put on hiatus.. 4. Jack Waterman, an electro-powerpop and chiptune artist, currently known as Electric Children, originally from Lynnwood, WA. Also a former member of the chiptune duo Fighter X. http://www.myspace.com/circlesarerad 5. A Punk/Hardcore band from Vancouver, BC Canada. 6. A Philadelphia, PA group shuffling through the desert, finding jazz and noise amidst folk and country tropes. 7. A band from Surrey, UK, they play pos-rock.