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Hudson Valley Chronogram Reviews “CircuLive::NewView”

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Thank you so much, Chronogram Magazine and reviewer Haviland S. Nichols, for the excellent review of CircuLive::NewView!

“Red Hook based Circuline melds new-breed boldness with classic prog rock on this CD/DVD/Blu-Ray digipak. Echoing dynamic masters King Crimson, Yes, and Genesis, this tour de force maintains a flamboyant flavor for the 21st century. Recorded at the first International ProgStock Festival, the gig kicks off with stunning dissonance from bombastic keyboardists/percussionists Andrew Colyer and Darin Brannon, zigzagging between calm and chaos. “Piano Challenge” showcases the two as they duel center stage in a glowing game where everyone wins. Powerhouse Natalie Brown is a refreshing change in a traditionally male-dominated vocal arena. Guitarist/vocalist William “Billy” Spillane, bassist/drummer Joel Simches, and guitarist/percussionist Alek Daron round things out, with each soloist dazzling listeners in turn. CircuLive may be best enjoyed by those familiar with their studio recordings, but in an age devoid of live performances, this weighted release is a clever strategy to welcome fans of cinematic rock and exhilerating soundscapes.”

This article was also originally posted online on January 1st, 2021: https://www.chronogram.com/hudsonvalley/album-review-circuline-circulive-new-view/Content?oid=12037109

Empire Magazine (Germany) Includes “CircuLive::NewView” Review

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Thank you so much, Martin Dambeck and Empire Magazine (Germany) for the review of CircuLive::NewView! This is the band’s first placement in Empire. Here is the Google Translate version of the review. 😊

Originally called as a prog rock cover band Downing Grey started, arose to form 2014 the Prog-Ensemble Circuline. Two studio albums followed and in 2018 the Live publication CircuLive :: Majestik from ›RosFest‹ 2017 as CD / BluRay package. Now follows a good two years later with CircuLive :: New View another concert recording that was made in October 2017 at the ›ProgStock Festival‹ originated in New Jersey. The timing is a bit strange, but according to the band info it’s a completely new show.

Well, the Americans are definitely like that really worked. The whole thing appears in a four-panel digipak with CD, DVD and BluRay. BluRay and DVD are appealing designed concert film in good Image quality and with stereo sound. While the DVD does not contain any bonus material BluRay several additional videos and one

Audio commentary. Compared to the previous one Live albums are at least on New View five new songs, including “Pale Blue Dot” also a Sound Of Contact cover song.

Circuline certainly offer one convincing one Show. With Natalie Brown and William Spillane you have two very theatrical singers. She is the type of blues rock type, he reminds me of Tommy Shaw from Styx. Experienced people stand on the stage Musician: strong guitar solos, an absolutely professional one Rhythm section and with Andrew Colyer a keyboardist who made a variety of Keyboard fanfares pound on the audience leaves. A small highlight, however, is his Piano Challenge with Darin Brannon. Circulins have their very own style and can hardly be converted into one of the typical “put in the drawers”. 

The album will be released on October 8th and is in no less than twelve various bundles can be pre-ordered, be it as digital version, with two wine bottles or signed BluRay player up to an exclusive one Concert. But you have to do that to loosen up $ 5,000. What it all gives … Martin Dambeck

https://www.empiremusic.de/

Rock & Roll Globe gives “CircuLive::NewView” 4.5 Star Review (out of 5 stars)

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Thank you so much, Jordan Blum and Rock & Roll Globe for the review of CircuLive::NewView, giving the CD/DVD/Blu-ray product 4.5/5 stars!

“Spectacular ability to merge elements of classic 1970s icons like Genesis, ELP, Yes, and Camel into their modernized edge and efficacy…..a must-own set for fans…..a communal, two-way street sort of vibe between the musicians and audience from start to finish…..performed impeccably…..exemplifying Circuline’s knack for strong songwriting, dense harmonies, and tastefully elaborate arrangements…..how much the band has accomplished in only a few years…..more than worth the price of admission…..a superb document of Circuline’s appearance at ProgStock.”

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Circuline – “CircuLive::NewView” Release Day 2020

http://www.CircuLiveNewView.com – Thank you so much to all the people who Pre-Ordered our new CD/DVD/Blu-ray, plus all the Exclusive Pre-Order autographed merchandise! We look forward to meeting you in person when the time is right. Thank you for your order, and thank you for supporting our international, independent, modern cinematic progressive rock band!
–Andrew, Darin, Natalie, Billy, Alek, and Matt
New York / Toronto / Los Angeles

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