Parallel Sounds

Parallels recently dropped a brand new video to their single Ultralight.  It captures the track extremely well with it’s neonized visual effects and choppy film transitions.

I’ve been a big fan of the Toronto-based Parallels for awhile now.  Their signature sound is extremely captivating but does not deviate too far between each track.  This generally means majority of their tracks sound very similar.  I don’t mind being a Canadian and a huge Parallels fan but anyone else checking in for the first time should know.  I’m looking forward to see more more come our way from Findlay, Dodson and Kehoe.  Next listed show is Sep 11.09 at The Mod Club (Toronto).

Parallels – Ultralight

Delphic – This Momentary (Parallels Remix)

Detachments – Flowers That Fell (Parallels Remix)


I almost didn’t want to post anymore Russ Chimes’ on here in case he was planning to release yet another stellar track this week.  If you have been in the dark, Chimes has been steadily pumping out remix after remix.  Don’t worry, if you missed all the goods this past week here is where we left off.

Crystal Waters – Gypsy Woman (Russ Chimes Unofficial Remix)

Frankmusik – Confusion Girl (Russ Chimes Remix)

3 Responses to “Parallel Sounds”

  1. I think the Parallels are solid but they sounds like an exact duplicate of Berlin. Not necessarily a bad thing but it would be nice to see them break out and do something a little more innovative.

    • True enough – it was good to relive some of those classic 80’s sounds (love Top Gun); gotta love Berlin’s pop/easy-rock vibe, in small doses. And then on the other hand there is Parallels: some shit I can get down to, at home or on the dance floor.

  2. yeah i definitely see the resemblance. I find them having a bit more of a pop-vibe to them than the Parallels. but if you did pop and dig the music here, Berlin may just be something you would be interested in checking out. thanks for the heads up mach5

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