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Poptastic Confessions reviews Subculture

 poptastic confessions reviews subculture - parralox's new album

 

Poptastic Confessions have reviewed the new Parralox album "Subculture"

In a detailed, track by track review, Poptastic Confessions gives it's feedback on each track of the album, and includes the cover artwork for each track, which is a nice touch!

Special thanks to Dave Higdon for the article.

Click here to read the article >> http://poptasticconfessions.blogspot.com/2017/02/subculture-by-parralox.html

You can also preview the entire album on YouTube by watching the video below >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgrqQUd9ElU

NB : Here's a screen grab of the article: (although you really should click the link above!)

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Holiday '16 reviewed on Poptastic Confessions

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Esteemed pop-blog "Poptastic Confessions" has reviewed our new album "Holiday '16". Surprisingly, most of the tracks were unknown to the reviewer - but they were much loved nonetheless!

Special thanks to Davearama from Poptastic Confessions. Stay tuned for the review of Subculture, our 10th studio album.

Click here to read the article >> http://poptasticconfessions.blogspot.com.au/2016/12/holiday-16-by-parralox.html

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Poptastic Confessions - Sneak preview - Last Year At Marienbad

Poptastic Confessions - Sneak preview - Last Year At Marienbad


In the leadup to our new album Subculture due out later this year, Poptastic Confessions have written an article about one of our new tracks "Last Year At Marienbad". For those of you that follow us on facebook you would already know that this song was given its worldwide premiere on The Notorious New Wave Show a few weeks ago.

Special thanks to Gina Achord (Notorious New Wave Show) and Dave Higdon (Poptastic Confessions).

Click here to read the entire article at Poptastic Confessions (and more importantly, HEAR the song!) >> http://poptasticconfessions.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/sneak-preview-last-year-at-marienbad-by.html

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Parralox remixes Real Experts

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Poptastic Confessions have written an article about our remix of the Real Experts track "How About No"

Click here to read the article >> http://poptasticconfessions.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/how-about-no-parralox-remix-by-real.html

AND....we've also created a video for the remix as well, which is hosted at the Official Parralox YouTube Channel. We will likely start to create more videos of the remixes we've done. More eye candy for you!

Real Experts is a London-based synthpop electronic project, headed by Andrew Maley. Their second LP ‘The Trade Off’, released in 2015, is loaded with catchy lyrics and infectious choruses. In following with a tradition this project has become known for, a beautiful rotating door of guest vocalists feature on this album. The first single is ‘Disco Tears’ featuring Daniel Angelus, the lead singer of Surrender Hearts, who has recently shared the stage with T’Pau, Katrina and The Waves, and Musical Youth. Angeuls also features on three other tracks.
Other equally stunning tracks bring diversity offered by other talents. ‘My Love Is Nothing More Than This’ features 18-year-old Eden, who brings in some very London Grammar / Rihanna / Robyn / Adele / Lamb deep tones and stylings.
Mike Burnett features on ‘She Hurts’ and Vivian Marie features on ‘Forever is a Big Word’ – both artists are now based overseas, in Australia and Germany respectively. Real Experts’ member Victoria Knowles’ vocals lace through ‘Sugar Rush’ and ‘Lemon is Lemon’, which also features renowned British sports journalist Patrick Barclay and is being offered as a bonus to ‘The Trade Off’ LP via Bandcamp.
French/American singer Mimisinga (aka Mimi Corenthin) joins Daniel Angelus on ‘Space Age Love Song’, offering up sonic sounds reminiscent of Macy Gray and Tracy Chapman. When not dabbling in such synthpop, she shows her versatility as a vocalist by performing with the reggae band Dojo.
The third studio album is due for release late 2016, featuring the singles Apart Is Still Enough, Laser Me To Heaven, and How About No.
This will be preceded by the remix album project, REAL>MIX.

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www.twitter.com/REAL_EXPERTS
www.youtube.com/RealExpertsMusic

 

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