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Gods and Monsters - Unforgotten Rhymes (Bonus EP)


Following up from the release of "Unforgotten Rhymes" is a Bonus EP of additional Psyche songs, recorded by various artists titled, naturally enough, "Unforgotten Rhymes - Bonus EP"

Parralox have been lucky enough to have a 2nd song included in this series, namely the awesome dance track "Gods and Monsters".


Visit Bandcamp to listen/buy the Unforgotten Rhymes (Bonus EP) >> https://psyche.bandcamp.com/album/unforgotten-rhymes-bonus-ep




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Parralox reviewed in Sonic Seducer Magazine (Germany)


Sonic Seducer, a popular print magazine from Germany, have reviewed Parralox's latest EP "Aeronaut", in issue 06/2015.
For those of you who don't have a copy, here is a picture of the review :



You can buy Sonic Seducer magazine by clicking here >> http://www.sonic-seducer.de/

Special thanks to Roger Kamp!



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Unforgotten Rhymes - A Tribute To Psyche


Unforgotten Rhymes - A Tribute To Psyche, is a compilation of songs originally performed by Psyche and re-recorded by electronic artists, including legends such as Leaether Strip (go Claus!)

Parralox have recorded a track called "The Sundial" for this compilation, and have kept the interpretation close to the original track.


Visit Bandcamp to listen/buy this amazing collection of songs >> https://psyche.bandcamp.com/album/unforgotten-rhymes-a-tribute-to-psyche



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Poptastic Confessions (USA) interviews John von Ahlen of Parralox



Poptastic Confessions have interviewed John von Ahlen of Parralox. It's a MASSIVE interview that covers quite a lot of ground
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.

Visit Poptastic Confessions to read the (lengthy!) article >> http://poptasticconfessions.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/an-interview-with-john-von-ahlen-of.html

Special Thanks to Davarama Xxx



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Synthpop Lover (Netherlands) blog reviews Aeronaut


Synthpop Lover, a fantastic blog based in the Netherlands has done a lovely article about the new Parralox album Aeronaut.

In every review i always draw a comparison in this case i make no exception for this album,i here Jean Mitchell Jarre and some Enigma, in my opinion this is a compliment for this album.The reverbs and delays are totally 80’s sounding.Linn Drum, Fairlight CMI IIx, Jupiter 4, Halion,DX7, Moog Modular, System 1,DX100, MC202, Pro One, JX-8P, Jupiter 4, TR8, TB3, Jupiter 4 yes they are there all and they sound great.

Visit Synthpop Lover to read the full article >> https://synthpoplover.wordpress.com/2015/04/06/parralox-aeronaut-album-review/

Special thanks to John Orie




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