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Electricity (Expanded) reviewed on Cold War Night Life

Parralox's latest album "Electricity (Expanded)" has been reviewed by the lovely folk at Cold War Night Life". Here's an extract of the article :
"Going back to Parralox‘s first album, Electricity, is like rifling through a collection of the best singles of the 1980s. John von Ahlen’s celebrated lyric videos for Parralox compress the decade’s finest music into graphical quotes, hints and allusions, sometimes using nothing more than the colour palette of a Neville Brody or Designers Republic sleeve. On record, the references come fast and furious, in complex layers. Each listen reveals another tribute to Yazoo, Front 242, Propaganda, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, OMD, that John Farnham track from Hot Rod, Depeche Mode, Ultravox, Human League, New Order, Kraftwerk – a breath-taking sweep through the best-loved poptronica of the period, even if the clue is just a particular reverb on the snare or a three-note chord played on a Pro One."

Click here to read the entire article at Cold War Night Life >> http://www.coldwarnightlife.com/?p=1430

Special thanks to Simon Helm.

Electricity (Expanded) is available at Bandcamp, iTunes, Beatport and Google Play.

NB - The Bandcamp and iTunes versions include an Exclusive PDF booklet

http://www.parralox.com/discography/albums/electricity-expanded
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