The music of Circuit Theory has been described as dark, inward looking, and rustic. With inspirations of love, hate, life, lies, anger and bliss combined with a very broad range of musical influences, a new sound is created with the idea of taking the listener somewhere a little out of the ordinary.

Formed at the cusp of 2005/06, Circuit Theory has already gained quite a bit of attention since stepping out into the public eye in August 2006 by playing some of the area’s most popular hot spots. Among those venues were Rex’s in West Chester, PA, and The Rusty Nail in Ardmore, PA. More recently, Circuit Theory has appeared on both the main stage and balcony stage of the legendary Trocadero Theater in Philadelphia.

Other accolades include their song “Mother, May I” garnered a 100% positive review streak on and held the top spot in their Hard Rock genre for 2 weeks immediately after release on their website back in September of 2006. The song “Cynical Optimist” also proved to be successful on, staying in the top 20 hard rock songs for a solid month.

November 16th, 2007 marked the release of their debut EP entitled “Amnesia” to a crowd of nearly 200 screaming fans packed into The Cherrywood Rock Club in Clementon, NJ.

Unfortunately, as of October 2008, Circuit Theory has not recorded, written, or performed. But who knows what the future holds…

Pictured left to right: 
Rick Bruneau (drums) — Jonny Croce (bass) -− Coz Baldwin (vocals/keyboard) — Tom Gleason (guitar)