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A musical project created by Melburnian John von Ahlen, Parralox has forged a name for incredibly melodic, flawlessly produced pop/dance and their latest offering, Crying on the Dancefloor, is no exception.

Officially a single from their next album, which is due to drop in November, this release features seven tracks – four mixes of Crying on the Dancefloor and three ‘B-sides’ – and might be better described as an EP or mini-album. Whatever it is, it’s another feather in the cap for these purveyors of top-shelf electronica.

A second digital download Crying on the Dancefloor – Remixes is also available, boasting a whopping 14 different mixes of the songs. (PH)

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