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California Guitar Trio - Live @ Sinnissippi Park 7/23/05 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Produced by Snapshot Music in cooperation with California Guitar Trio, this DVD captures a 2005 show from the band in Rockford, Illinois.

Nick Campbell Destroys - Lo-fi Bass Music for Quarantine
Review by Gary Hill

I also reviewed the music of this in this issue on an EP from this artist. Here is what I said about that song:

Chain - Chain.exe DVD - Limited Edition
Review by Josh Turner
This artist is known best for the dynamic duo of Frameshift albums: Unweaving the Rainbow & An Absence of Empathy. Yet, fans of Frameshift will certainly like the Chain projects too.
Circuline - CircuLive - New View (multi-disc set)
Review by Gary Hill
This is a nice new release from New York prog rockers Circuline. It's currently available for pre-order with a number of packages.
The Cyberiam - Live in the Cyberiam Blu-ray
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new release from the Chicago act The Cyberiam. These guys, like a lot of prog bands, are impressive on studio releases, but really need to seen in live performance to be fully appreciated.

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