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Jeremy Gluck has been avidly involved in music and arts since his teens. His electronic music adventure began in the late 90's on a beat up 486 and eventually attained some sophistication. Years on the underground electronic circuit, notably in the heyday of Tapegerm.com saw avid collaborator Jeremy instigating new work constantly, the momentum of which brought a stream of accomplished online and limited edition CD releases, culminating now in work with Plasticon, an avant-wave electronic music duo signed to Palm Zone Music and resident at facebook.com/plasticonmusic.
 
Retrospectively, Jeremy Gluck's output has covered release of albums with The Carbon Manual (Flickinfe UK), and SoftWorld (LBA Records US) plus renewed work, in 2011, with The Barracudas featuring a new vinyl single. 
 
In 2014 an abum with Robert Coyne was released on Flicknife Records (UK), entitled "Memory Deluxe", called by SHINDIG! "a modern classic".
 
A collaboration with Robert Coyne on a single for Spain's Spring Records was released in 2013. Work with other artists continues, including Greg Healey (fVerb), and Darrall Knight (Exedra).
 
Jeremy was interviewed for the award-winning Ghost Pictures (AUS) documentary on Rowland S. Howard, Autoluminescent, debuting at the Melbourne Film Festival summer 2011. (In step with the documentary collaborations with Nikki Sudden appear on the Easy Action (UK) landmark Sudden box set.)
 
In 2008 he released a new solo album, "Victim of Dreams" and has released successors, online, “Everlove”, that comprises a selection of his best original and remixed recordings from the past several years, and "Unrock", a compilation of various styles and content. 
 
In late 2008, Jeremy hooked up with the late Marty Thau, who discovered and managed the New York Dolls and whose Red Star Records stewarded Suicide's eponymous debut LP. This brought forth the "Whisper" EP featuring mixes by Brendon Moeller, Dub Gabriel, Lola Dutronic, Marty Thau and Amurgit..In relation to this, lately Jeremy has had his work featured on the VARIATIONS compilation from Red Star Europe.

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