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Discography

CircuLive::NewView

What do you get when you take two theatrical lead vocalists, a keyboard player from Juilliard, a versatile rock virtuoso on guitar, a zany bass player from another galaxy, and a drummer with progressive rock in his DNA? The modern cinematic rock band Circuline.  Nominated for PROG Magazine’s 2016 Limelight award for best new band, Circuline has toured with Glass Hammer, repeatedly co-headlined the three-day Sonic Voyage Festival, and toured England in summer 2017 opening for IO Earth.  Circuline has performed at RoSfest, Philadelphia’s Liberty Music Fest, Chicago’s Progtoberfest, and England’s Harmonix Festival.  

“CircuLive::NewView” (October 2020), captures the band at ProgStock in an all-newly crafted show that will please any rock fan.  In addition to soaring vocals, keyboard wizardry, powerhouse drumming, and virtuoso guitar and bass playing, you will smile and enjoy the “keyboard challenge”, “drum feature”, and other fun and entertaining moments.  Thank you for checking it out!

  1. Intro + Erosion [Live] (1:39)
  2. Soleil Noir [Live] (2:29)
  3. One Wish [Live] (6:40)
  4. Nautilus [Live] (6:24)
  5. Piano Challenge [Live] (6:25)
  6. Hollow [Live] (10:18)
  7. Return (acoustic) [Live] (3:27)
  8. Fallout Shelter [Live] (4:53)
  9. Pale Blue Dot (cover) [Live] (4:58)
  10. Forbidden Planet + Drum Feature [Live] (7:09)
  11. Inception [Live] (5:34)
  12. Summit [Live] (11:02)
  13. Stereotypes [Live] (5:39)

 

Artist:  Circuline
Title:  CircuLive::NewView
Catalog #:  IN202001 – Inner Nova Music
UPC Code:  195269014261
Release Date:  Friday, October 9th, 2020
Recorded at the Union County Perf. Arts Center, Rahway, NJ
Mixed and Mastered by Alek Darson in Toronto, Canada
Streaming on Spotify and all streaming services
Digital Download on iTunes, Amazon.com, and Bandcamp
Media & Press Inquiries:  Billy James at Glass Onyon PR

 

CircuLive::Majestik

What do you get when you take two theatrical lead vocalists, a keyboard player from Juilliard, a jazz-rock genius on guitar, a rocking bass player from another galaxy, and a drummer with progressive rock in his DNA? The modern cinematic ProgRock band Circuline.

Circuline’s third release, “CircuLive::Majestik” (May 2018), captures the band in an outstanding performance at the 13th International Rites of Spring Festival (RoSfest).  Soaring vocals by co-lead vocalists Natalie Brown and Billy Spillane.  Keyboard wizardry by Andrew Colyer.  Darin Brannon’s drumming is reminiscent of Phil Collins and Jerry Marotta.  New guitarist Beledo is a combination of Allan Holdsworth and Steve Hackett.  Guest bassist Harold Skeete (Ad Astra) does a fine job.  Special guest Joe Deninzon (Stratospheerius) rocks the house on electric violin.  In pre-orders via PledgeMusic, this live CD/DVD/Blu-Ray had sales in 19 countries worldwide.  Positive reviews garnering more praise and boosting the band’s profile worldwide.  Thank you for checking it out!

 

1. Who I Am (Live)  –  (7:49)
2. Return (Live) –  (5:00)
3. Forbidden Planet (Live)  –  (6:36)
4. Hollow (Live) –  (10:07)
5. Stereotypes (Live)  –  (4:54)
6. Inception (Live)  –  (5:13)
7. America the Beautiful (Live)  –  (1:24)
8. Nautilus (Live)  –  (5:54)
9. One Wish (Live)  –  (6:14)
10. Summit (Live)  –  (10:12)
11. Stay (Live)  –  (6:12)
12. Silence Revealed (Live)  –  (7:25)

 

Artist:  Circuline
Title:  CircuLive::Majestik
Catalog #:  IN201702 – Inner Nova Music
UPC Code:  888295687737
Release Date:  May 18th, 2018
Recorded at The Majestic Theatre, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Mixed by Joel Simches in Peabody, Massachusetts
Mastered by Sun Room Mastering, Cornwall, New York
CD/DVD/BluRay in stores and at CDBaby.com
Streaming on Spotify and all streaming services
Digital Download on iTunes, Amazon.com, and Bandcamp

 

    Circuline’s Second Studio Album

    Counterpoint

    What do you get when you take two theatrical lead vocalists, a keyboard player from Juilliard, a jazz-rock genius on guitar, a bass player from Monster Island, and a drummer with progressive rock in his DNA? The modern cinematic ProgRock band Circuline.

    Circuline’s newest release, “Counterpoint” (May 2016), features an All-Star lineup of SEVEN guest guitarists: Randy McStine (The Fringe, Lo-Fi Resistance); Doug Ott (Enchant); Alek Darson (Fright Pig); Ryche Chlanda (Fireballet, Renaissance); Alan Shikoh (Glass Hammer); Matt Dorsey (Sound of Contact, Dave Kerzner); and Stanley Whitaker (Happy the Man, Oblivion Sun). The compositional team of Colyer/Brannon returned for this second album, partnered with the songwriting of McStine, and the vocal arrangements of Spillane/Brown/Colyer.  New guitarist Beledo (as of January 2016) brings a whole new dimension to the band’s compositions and live performances.  Upon its release, the album garnered international praise and new fan worldwide, eventually landing on a Top 10 Year-End list in Japan.

     

    Circuline’s First Studio Album

    Return

    What do you get when you take two theatrical lead vocalists, a keyboard player from Juilliard, a musical savant on guitar, a bass player from Monster Island, and a drummer with progressive rock in his DNA?  The modern cinematic ProgRock band Circuline.

    Circuline’s debut studio album, “Return” (April 2015), features soaring lead and harmony vocals from Natalie Brown, William “Billy” Spillane, and Andrew Colyer.  Colyer is also the classically trained, jazz-influenced rock keyboard player, while Darin Brannon is from the Phil Collins / Jerry Marotta school of drumming.  Guitarist Bill Shannon is an avid disciple of Robert Fripp and Steve Hackett.  

    Guest artists include Randy McStine (Sound of Contact, Lo-Fi Resistance) as a songwriter and vocalist, Joe Deninzon (Stratospheerius) on electric violin, and Matt Dorsey (Sound of Contact) played bass on every track and mixed the album in Los Angeles.  Circuline will celebrate this album release with a U.S. East Coast tour, opening for 20-year progressive rock veterans Glass Hammer. 

    1. New Day (5:19)
    2. Who I Am (8:19)
    3. Forbidden Planet (7:08)
    4. Hollow (10:47)
    5. Erosion (3:21)
    6. Nautilus (6:11)
    7. Stay (Peter Frankenstan) (6:54)
    8. S.O.A. (1:13)
    9. Inception (8:05)
    10. Summit (9:52) 

     

    Artist: Circuline
    Title: Counterpoint
    Catalog #:  IN201601 – Inner Nova Music
    UPC Code:  888295437783
    Release Date:  May 5th, 2016
    Recorded at The Cave in Red Hook, New York
    Mixed by Alek Darson in Los Angeles, California
    Mastered by Sun Room Mastering, Cornwall, New York
    CD in stores and at CDBaby.com / Streaming on Spotify
    Digital Download on iTunes & Amazon.com

     

    1. Return (5:04) 
    2. Nebulae (3:17)
    3. Stereotypes (5:05)
    4. Soleil Noir (2:50)
    5. One Wish (7:26)
    6. Imperfect (3:21)
    7. Fallout Shelter (5:42)
    8. Silence Revealed (7:26)

     

    Artist: Circuline
    Title: Return
    Catalog #:  IN201501 – Inner Nova Music
    UPC Code:  888295251686
    Release Date:  April 24th, 2015
    Recorded in Woodstock and Red Hook, New York
    Mixed by Matt Dorsey in Los Angeles, California
    Mastered by Sun Room Mastering, Cornwall, New York
    CD in stores and at CDBaby.com / Streaming on Spotify
    Digital Download on iTunes & Amazon.com

     

    Compilations

    Fireworks Rock & Metal: Issue 72  [CD with magazine] (Nov/Dec 2015)
    Fireworks Rock & Metal: Issue 74  [CD with magazine] (Apr-Jun 2016)
    Fireworks Rock & Metal: Issue 76  [CD with magazine] (Oct-Dec 2016)
    Classic Rock Society presents:  New Species 27 (Nov/Dec 2016)
    Classic Rock Society presents:  New Species 30 (May/June 2017)
    Classic Rock Society presents:  New Species 33 (March/April 2018)
    One Love! Music for Relief  (There Is Hope / Melodic Revolution Records – Holiday Charity Release, 2017)
    PROG Issue 58 – P36: Fish Out of Water (2015)
    PROG Issue 68 – P46: Ocean Song (2016)
    PROG Issue 72 – P50: Tales of the Future (2016)
    PROG Issue 76 – P54: One for the Vine (2017)
    PROG Issue 79 – P57: Postcards (2017)
    PROG Issue 85 – P62: Cap In Hand  (2018)

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