Circuline is now Spotify certified!
Thank you so much to Fireworks Magazine (UK) for the Counterpoint coverage and band interview with Circuline in Issue 76!
Janet Krier Riccobono‘s husband Rob Shannon took the band photo that was used for the article, and Joel Barrios of Norrsken Photography took the cover photo for the upcoming CircuLive::Majestik CD/DVD/BLu-Ray, now available for pre-order (with exclusive bonuses) via PledgeMusic! Get your pre-order pledge-only bonuses now:
“Hinging on an uneasy, schizophrenic riff that draws straight from the King Crimson songwriting guide, this live take on Stereotypes is gorgeously and courageously delivered by New York-based group Circuline.” — PROG Magazine Issue 85
Thank you to Jerry Ewing and all the staff at PROG Magazine (UK) for featuring the CircuLive::Majestik track “Stereotypes” on their “Issue 85 Cap In Hand” Covermount CD Sampler, included with their March 2018 Issue!
Janet Krier Riccobono‘s husband Rob Shannon took the band photo that was used for the band bio on the CD Covermount page, and Joel Barrios of Norrsken Photography took the cover photo for the upcoming CircuLive::Majestik CD/DVD/BLu-Ray, , now available for pre-order (with exclusive bonuses) via PledgeMusic! Get your pre-order pledge-only bonuses now:
Thank you so much Prog Magazine for debuting Circuline’s new video for “Stereotypes”!
Filmed during the 13th International Rites of Spring Festival (RoSfest), this is taken from the upcoming CircuLive::Majestik CD/DVD/Blu-Ray package, and we appreciate the article and publicity.
Read the article for yourself here:
Circuline has made the decision to part ways with bassist/engineer Joel Simches. For the past two years, Joel has worked with Circuline, starting as their live sound engineer, then working his way into the bass position, often performing double duty on the road as a stage monitor mixer. Highlights have included Joel performing live with Circuline on the traveling Sonic Voyage Fest, Chicago’s Progtoberfest, and the inaugural 2017 ProgStock Festival in New Jersey. Joel also served as the mixing engineer for the forthcoming CircuLive::Majestik CD/DVD/Blu-Ray product. Joel has also been very active in helping to enthusiastically promote the band, both online and publicly in person. We can’t thank Joel enough for his contributions to Circuline from 2016 to 2018.
We know this is upsetting news to many friends and fans of Joel’s, and we are very sorry for that. This decision was not an easy one, nor was it one we took lightly. There are many variables that brought us here, issues about which we will never comment publicly, out of respect for all parties involved.
The creative process is a tricky thing, all the right elements must be in place, and every band member must find it an environment in which to thrive.
Joel is a great guy, a great musician, and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.