Circuline received a two-page Feature in PROG Magazine 69! Following a 45-minute Skype interview with Andrew Colyer and Darin Brannon, rock journalist Rich Wilson wrote a great story about Circuline’s past, present, and future, including tales of Downing Grey, founding guitarist Bill Shannon’s departure, first album learning experiences, and the new album Counterpoint.
Marillion graced the cover with a 12-page article, and other features included Barclay James Harvest, Aisles, The Pineapple Thief, Russian Circles, Dream The Electric Sleep, Wolverine, and Ashley Hutchings.
Thank you so much to Jerry Ewing, Rich Wilson, and everyone at PROG Magazine!
Circuline’s new album Counterpoint received an excellent review in the UK’s Classic Rock Society magazine!
“Confident in its vision…..a very particular style…..What we have here is drama – big, bombastic, epic progressive rock with everything turned up to 11. The production is massive…..two excellent lead vocalists in Natalie Brown and Billy Spillane, so add Colyer’s third vocal and we have some very effective harmonies…..the music matches the production…..Colyer’s dominant keyboards are excellent throughout, recalling Keith Emerson particularly…..short instrumental vignettes are also nicely used…..high on quality and craft…..for those that like their prog powerful and dramatic, it’s a must listen.”
Thank you so much to Miles, David, and SL at Classic Rock Society for this review!
Circuline recently contributed the track “Nautilus” from their second album Counterpoint to the compilation album One Love! Music For Relief, out now via There is Hope records. There is Hope is a not-for-profit subsidiary of Melodic Revolution Records, founded by Nick Katona.
100% of the proceeds of the album sales will go to support organizations like Music for Relief, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, and the American Red Cross.
Music for Relief was founded by the band Linkin Park in response to the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Since inception in 2005 Music for Relief has raised over $7 million for survivors of multiple disasters across four continents including Hurricane Katrina, China’s Wenchuan earthquake, a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe, earthquakes in Haiti and Japan in 2010, and Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
MFR has organized benefit concerts, online auctions, and events with multi-platinum musicians and celebrities to help rebuild and donate supplies to people in need. Music for Relief has also planted over 1.3 million trees to help reduce climate change.
Musician/Engineer/Multi-instrumentalist Joel Simches will join Circuline on bass for the Fall Sonic Voyage Fest! Many of you have seen Joel playing bass on the YES Cruise to the Edge Late Night Live Prog Experience. We feel really fortunate to have him on board for this tour. In addition to being a consummate professional, he’s the kind of guy you just love hanging out with. Hope to see you at one of our shows in three weeks!
Wednesday, September 28th – Camp Hill (Harrisburg area), Pennsylvania – Gullifty’s
Thursday, September 29th – Cleveland, Ohio – Wilbert’s
Friday, September 30th – Sylvania (Toledo area), Ohio – Sodbuster
Saturday, October 1st – Binghamton, New York – Cyber Cafe West
Congratulations to all of our colleagues who won at the Progressive Music Awards last night! Congratulations also to all of the nominees who didn’t win, ourselves included. 🙂 It’s an honor to be nominated, and were pleased that they featured a video clip from Circuline as one of the top three bands in the category during the announcements. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for us!
To listen to interviews with progressive rock icons such as Rick Wakeman, Steve Hackett, and the other award winners:
To find out the full list of all the award winners: