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Electric Nights climbs to #10 on Official UK Club Charts

chart positions 2018 03 17 Offcial UK Club Chart Commercial Pop Number 10 Electric Nights

 

Electric Nights has climbed to #10 on the Official UK Club Charts, in its second week.

Featuring Johanna Gervin on lead vocals, Electric Nights is the first single from the album Subculture. The followup single "Paradise featuring Marcella Detroit" will be out soon, followed by a mystery 3rd single!

Click here to see the Music Week UK Club Charts >> http://www.musicweek.com/charts/read/commercial-pop

Electric Nights at parralox.com

Electric Nights (Remixes) at parralox.com

 Check out the Electric Nights video on YouTube by clicking this link >>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XufYO39gi2Y

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Electric Nights debuts at #20 on UK Commercial Pop Club Chart

chart positions 2018 03 10 Music Week Club Chart Commercial Pop Chart Number 20 Electric Nights

What an amazing week! Parralox is currently in New York, working on new music, and we just shot a music video for the final single from Subculture.

But...we just received news that Electric Nights, the first single from Subculture has entered the UK Club Chart (Commercial Pop) at #20.

This is our second chart position in UK for Electric Nights and we are humbled and thankful beyond belief! Special thanks to all involved in the Electric Nights single - Johanna Gervin, Roxy, Johnny X, Nik Pate, Stefan Pellet, Stephanie Holland, Harry Towers at ZIPDJ, Tracey at Power Music UK, Ingo Moller and Adam Reinhart. As well as all the remixers and once again...you, the fans.

Click here to see the Music Week UK Club Charts >> http://www.musicweek.com/charts/read/commercial-pop

Electric Nights at parralox.com

Electric Nights (Remixes) at parralox.com

 Check out the Electric Nights video on YouTube by clicking this link >>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XufYO39gi2Y

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Altvenger article on Wildlife by Parralox (UK)


Altvenger review on Wildlife by Parralox is now online
Special thanks to Marija Buljeta.

http://www.altvenger.com/parralox-aeronaut-album-and-wildlife-ep-limited-edition-review/



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Parralox climbs to #6 on the UK Music Week Charts!

"Crying on the Dancefloor feat Francine" by Parralox has climbed to #6 in the Music Week UK Commercial Pop Chart!
This is an amazing result for our 2nd week in the chart, when you consider Sam Smith is #1 and Nicky Minaj is #14!
Thanks again go to YOU, our loyal fans, as well as the DJs, blogs, press, PR and management  (Raj!) who supported us.
We love you all..
x John.

Watch 'Crying on the Dancefloor feat Francine' here > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6GiiFbOFnQ
Buy 'Crying on the Dancefloor feat Francine' here > http://www.parralox.com/discography/singles/crying-on-the-dancefloor



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"A quirky and off the wall performance"

Polly Scattergood/Parralox/Daniel Robinson

Road Trip Bar, London - 7 February 2014
"A quirky and off the wall performance"

This tiny venue near Old Street was host to an evening of interesting music (courtesy of EQ Music Live), unfortunately work meant I could not get to the venue in time to see the first two acts, but I was in time to see Daniel Robinson, who looked like a Hipster Justin Bieber and whose music was well crafted and very danceable, but its hard for me to comment as it was not my kind of music, but those around me seemed to enjoy it. 5/10



Next up were Parralox – which boded well from the start as they had a Sequential Circuits Pro-One synthesizer on stage. The band arrived on stage all dressed in black and looking very Gothic, so I was expecting something dark and gloomy. I was happily surprised that what I heard was excellent synthpop and the vocals, from new vocalist Johanna, were excellent. To be honest, the music was very europop/nu-disco and none the worse for that. Towards the end of the set they were joined on stage by Francine, who had performed earlier in the evening, and this changed the style and sound of the group, but I think I preferred Johanna’s vocals. I have to say I very much enjoyed the performance. 7/10

Review+Photos: Mark Smith

Click here for the original article - http://www.dso.co.uk/gig271.htm 
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