New Zealand blog "Nerdy Frames" have written an article on the new Parralox music video for Wildlife.
Click here to see the article >> http://www.nerdyframes.org/parralox-wildlife/
|Playlist for Show 001 - 11th July 2015|
|01||Neon Nights||Show ID|
|02||The Human League||The Things That Dreams Are Made Of (Richard Stone Radio Edit)|
|03||Robyn||Love is Free (Original Mix)|
|04||Parralox||Sharper Than a Knife (Pete Hammond Radio Edit)|
|05||EQ Music Interview||Part 1|
|06||Hurts||Some Kind of Heaven (Thin White Duke Remix)|
|08||EQ Music Interview||Part 2|
|09||Mi Disguise||East Side Bay|
|10||Giorgio Moroder feat Sia||Deja Vu (7th Heaven Radio Mix)|
|11||The Police||Message In A Bottle (Hirshee Remix)|
|12||EQ Music Interview||Part 3|
|13||Years and Years||King|
|14||Wayne G & Peyton||High (Eric Kupper & Richie Jones Radio Edit)|
|15||EQ Music Interview||Part 4|
|16||Sigue Sigue Sputnik||Love Missile F1-11|
|17||Breanna Rubio||More Than A Feeling (Dave Aude Radio Mix)|
I noticed that John from Parralox is very interactive with Parralox fans on social media. So I took a chance and reached out to him for an interview! I was so happy he said yes. I'd had so many questions swirling around my head about the history of the group. I hope you enjoy the interview. But most of all, I hope you support Parralox by legally downloading their music.
My questions are in bold. John's answers are in italic. Unfortunately, Blogger keeps changing my fonts around no matter how many times I change them and save them. Grrr! So if the fonts are wonky here, I apologize. Enjoy!
Hello John! I think I might have known who you were before Parralox. I’m not quite sure. Did you run a Human League fan website called Electronically Yours? I’ve been a Human League fan for ages. And when I saw your name, it seemed so familiar.
Close! I used the run “Hysteria” an unofficial Human League website. At the time it was the world’s biggest Human League site, especially after Barry Tomkinson’s “Dare” site closed and he kindly sent me his entire site to integrate into Hysteria. Later on, when Parralox was formed, we were greatly supported by an electronic / synthpop blog called “Electronically Yours” who championed synthpop bands. We owe a lot of our success to the synthpop blogs who supported us in those early days, including Electronically Yours, CyberAngels, Electropop (run by Ingo Moller!), Worrapolava and Popjustice.