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The Electricity Club reviews Silicon Dreams 2017 Festival

SILICON DREAMS 2017 Review The Electricity Club

Legendary Synth-Blog "The Electricity Club" have reviewed the Silicon Dreams 2017 Festival that Parralox headlined at in July.

Click here to read the article on The Electricity Club >> http://www.electricity-club.co.uk/silicon-dreams-2017-review/

 

Extract of the article :

The electronic musical festival returns with an impressive lineup…

This summer saw the return of SILICON DREAMS, the electronic music festival whose roots were founded in the Vintage Computer Festival back in 2010 (an event which also featured OMD performing live). The festival returned in 2013 with both Heaven 17 and Northern Kind in performance, an event which TEC writer Jer White summed up as “synthpop’s still alive and as vibrant as ever”.

Once again curated by Silicon Dreams’ founder Simon Hewitt, the 2017 event ambitiously took on the task of staging 6 acts who pull from both established artists as well as performers who are just embarking into the world of electronic music.

The venue of choice for this year’s event also stepped up a gear with the Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall Music Room setting the stage for the return of Silicon Dreams.

Special thanks to Paul Browne

 

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The image below is taken from The Electricity Club article, and has been edited to show the Parrralox review.

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