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Parallels

Parallels

HistoryParallels was created by Cameron Findlay, the former drummer of Canadian electro group Crystal Castles. Parallels was originally conceived as Findlay's solo project, until he teamed up with Dodson and Joey Kehoe (otherwise known as Darien ????) to turn the project into a full fledged band. Through an exchange of emails with Dodson, they wrote their first single "Ultralight". Findlay returned home to Toronto at the end of the 2008 Crystal Castles tour, and switched his main focus to developing Parallels. Findlay and Dodson continued to write more material, releasing "Ultralight" as a digital single later that year, and on vinyl on Thisisnotanexit Records in London, UK.Parallels music has been likened to the work of Giorgio Moroder, New Order and Stevie Nicks. Dodson's vocals have been compared to Kate Bush, and true-blue era Madonna. Now Magazine rated Parallels as critic's pick for "Best Electronic act of 2009", in their "Best of Toronto" issue. Dodson represented Parallels in Flare (magazine)'s 30th anniversary issue as one of the "Hottest names to know in Canadian Music" The band made their US debut at CMJ Music Marathon in New York City in October 2009.Parallels song "Find the Fire" was featured on Kitsuné Maison Compilation 8 released by Kitsuné Music. The band's debut album, "Visionaries", was released in February 2010.The band is set to release their second full-length album, entitled "XII", on Marigold Records in the spring of 2012. Parallel's song "Ultralight" was featured in episode 4, of the second season of The A-List: New York.Parallels' song "Dry Blood", from their debut album "Visionaries" was featured on the soundtrack for Curfew (2012 film) directed by Shawn Christensen that won the 2013 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film

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