Parralox’s new single “Silent Morning” is a modern day re-imagining of the seminal Noel classic that heralds the return of “freestyle” music back into the electronic dance music scene. As EDM continues to show no signs of loosing momentum in 2013, the Melbourne duo have set off to Miami to pay homage and breathe new life into the freestyle genre at the 2013 Winter Music Conference accompanied by an impressive remix package that includes deep house mixes and a collaborative remix by the legendary “Godfather of Freestyle Music”, Micmac Records very own DJ Mickey Garcia.
Freestyle music was made famous through the sheer determination, passion and ambition of the Latin community in the late 80s/early 90s and is often regarded as one of the earliest forms of EDM. Parralox hopes to spur up a revival in the genre with “Silent Morning” and has joined forces with emerging Latin pop star Ryan Adamés to duet with Amii Jackson on the mix, offering up a fresh Latin tinged / Miami Bass flavor to the razor sharp Parralox production.
Parralox have recently enjoyed success with their last record “Sharper Than A Knife” having a four week run, peaking at #22 on the official UK Club Charts and have raked up an impressive 38,000 YouTube views with remix support from The Wideboys, Andi Durrant and the legendary Pete Hammond. Their cover version of Radiohead’s “Creep” still continues to pulse as the track has been included on Pacha Recordings “Pacha 2013” and “Pacha Ibiza VIP” compilations and shown support by superstar DJ Erick Morillo.
The duo plans to bring their unique brand of electronic pop and EDM to America for the first time with “Silent Morning” in hopes of creating new American listeners and has plans to release two new albums later this year, beckoning a new era for the cutting-edge electronic pop duo from Australia.