Juan C. Ysaguirre, better known as Secret Tween, hails from Tempe, Arizona. He is a musician, filmmaker, photographer, editor and producer.
He launched himself onto the music scene with his first album, "C.M.Y.K. Boombox", which features the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Deer Eye on the album cover. To date, the album has amassed over 100k streams on Spotify. The album introduced the world to his now trademark eclectic hybrid of instrumental sounds, textures, loops and drums all ranging in different genres except country.
He returned 2 months later to end 2019 with his second album, "Kimodameshi." Before the pandemic, he released his third album "From the Apple, to the Tree" and the "New Mexico" EP. During the pandemic, he worked on and released his 4th album, "When Deers Cry."
On November 13, 2021, he achieved a goal of releasing an album and a movie in theaters on the same day. That day, Juan's short film he wrote, directed and co-starred in, "Nice Shirt" was screened to play in the 2020 Phoenix Film Festival. The short film would later win the Donor's Choice Award for "Best Short." The day the film premiered at the festival, his album "When Deers Cry" was also released.
Now with album 5 on the horizon, Secret Tween's trademark eclectic clash of genres continues to thrash algorithms across on the internet.
Forever influenced by the cool, you never know what you're about to get into when you press play on a Secret Tween project, but that's half the fun.