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Bite My Bolero
Review by Mike Korn
Prog fans with a love of classical music are highly urged to check out this three-track EP from ScienceNV, whose ranks are composed of actual scientists.

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Curved Space (Digital Single)
Review by Larry Toering
Being new to this band all I can say is that I am happy to have been introduced to them.

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Last Album Before the End of Time
Review by Jason Hillenburg
Founded in 2005, this San Francisco based outfit's third album, Last Album Before the End of Time, is an ambitious work and a successful synthesis of multiple musical styles.

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Pacific Circumstances
Review by Gary Hill
Science NV’s blend of instrumental progressive rock is unique and original. Still, you’ll hear things that seem familiar throughout.

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Really Loud Noises
Review by Gary Hill
A lot of times instrumental CD’s can be boring. That’s not the case with this one.
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The Quest For Prester John, Volume 1
Review by Greg Olma
As a reviewer, I’m exposed to a lot of interesting music; some good, some not so good.  There is so much music coming out that flies under the radar that we (as the music buying public) don’t get exposed to in our normal lives. 

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The Quest for Prester John, Volume Two
Review by Greg Olma
ScienceNV returns with the second part to their concept The Quest For Prester John.  I liked the first part, so I was really looking forward to hearing this disc. 

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Titan (Digital Single)
Review by Scott Prinzing
This track may be your introduction to the cleverly-named San Francisco prog quartet, ScienceNV. 

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Interviews
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Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Science NV from 2010


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Interview by Larry Toering
Interview with ScienceNV from 2013
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Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with ScienceNV from 2018


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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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