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I've been listening to this a lot over the past two days. Great stuff!

thank you! glad you like it.    :)

And finally, after six years from previously offer, The Utopian Blossom, the new album by Alio Die ≈ Parallel Worlds
is now released!
The CD version in a lovely 6 sides digipack will coming soon! Pre-order available..

new limited edition 30 copies vinyl release:

Mick Chillage / Parallel Worlds - Perfect Projection / The River

Release #29 from Móatún 7

Buy 7" / listen:

A side written by Michael Gainford
B side written by Bakis and John Sirros
Mastered by Árni Grétar
(p) (c) Móatún 7 2019

Parallel Worlds - Sorrow vinyl EP limited to 20 copies only!

Seventeenth release from Móatún 7
Catalog number: MOA017


releases September 5, 2019

Written by Bakis Sirros
Mastered by Árni Grétar
(p) (c) Móatún 7 2019

I gave this a listen when it was released and really enjoyed it. I had no idea it was one of your aliases! Grats!

thank you, glad you like it!    :)

Extremely happy to announce the album release of my latest collaboration with Ingo Zobel on the label Neotantra. Ambient music made with modular synths, available as limited edition CD and download.
Interconnected - Extended Environments

go grab your copy on bandcamp, only 11 cd's remaining!

Video for the track 'Gat mk2' by Interconnected (Ingo Zobel & Bakis Sirros), from the forthcoming ambient CD album 'Extended Environments', that will be released in the first half of 2019, on the Neotantra Label of Lee Norken.

Video by Mamonu.

Ambient made with Modular synths!   

Always happy to see initial release announcements, but please no more incremental bumping up of your posts.
oops, sorry... won't happen again.

new great review of Parallel Worlds - Tonal Paintings LP in Encyclopedia of Electronic Music website:


new nice review of Parallel Worlds - Tonal Paintings LP, by Sonic Immersion music website:

new great review of Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56), from the Dark Entries Belgian online music magazine:  (rating 8 out of 10)    :)
new great review from Andy Gee (Inkeys) :

Synth music album on the ever consistent DiN label, and it's awesome.
The reason for this is because it's such a busy set of tracks.
Throughout the album's 8 tracks in just over an hour, the way the duo take layers of music across a myriad rhythms, melodies and atmospheres, to create a set of musical worlds where nothing ever stands still or repeats itself, yet at the same time, flows freely and strongly is nothing short of breathtaking. Although in the melodic/rhythmic vein, you're never really conscious of actual “tunes”, largely since the pieces all possess a certain twisting and turning quality, to which is added moods that range from the brooding spectre that is “Underclouds” to the almost symphonic qualities of “Cipher”.
The near 9 minute “Into The Distance” starts serenely enough with streams of cosmic bliss, echoes from another galaxy far away and the overall feel of deep space before slowly coalescing the approaching rhythm within its charms, still drifting but now with the engines running to give added strength and propulsion, as more sonic textures and layers are added, a bell-like melody rings out and suddenly the giant spacecraft is on its way to infinity, the whisper now a roar as the whole thing comes to life and you're in for a ride across space and time.
Just one example of the many musical worlds that await. The equally near 9 minute “Forest of Stars” begins angrily enough with menacing darkness to its electronic density before the mood eventually lightens and it's like coming out of the other side of a black hole, into a new world of light and rich in atmosphere, allowing you to breathe and take in the joys that surround, as electronic rhythms with the lightest touvh marry what sounds almost like a sustained guitar refrain against a backdrop of occasionally booming rhythmic splashes. All of a sudden, an electro-percussive sea of rhythms kicks in and takes the, now even more menacing track, into ever deeper territories, the fuzzed synth leads intertwining with the cosmic drift as rolling electronic/percussive rhythms propel it all....... to a complete stop......whereupon you then circle the sun in shining layers of fathomless space synths, underpinned by hinted rhythms, driven by electro-percussive backdrops and eventually falling into the sun to be lost forever.
“Mutagen” is a quite lively, explosive piece, as with all the tracks on this album, full to the brim with electronic layers and textures, this time with a sea of more undulating rhythms, in themselves, many and varied, as new melodic layers are added and the whole thing becomes this giant example of synth music exploration on a galactic scale.
Sometimes it hints of the Classic intros to Tangerine Dream epics, most notably the opening track, but overall, this is synth msuic that breaks the mould in that it's somehow familiar, hugely busy, incredibly accessible, yet has so much going on within its structure, you'll find yourself returning to it, play after play after play – as refreshing as a summer's day and as adventurous as a trip to Mars, this is riveting from start to finish.


new great review of Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56) cd album, by Artemi Pugachov (Encyclopedia of Electronic Music) :

new great review of Dystopia from Bert Strolenberg ( : Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell – Dystopia

CD/Digital Download, DiN, 2018

The title of the duos second distance collaboration already suggests dark electronics -a style Bakis Sirros (aka Parallel Worlds) and Dave Bessell both appreciate a lot- and that’s what the listeners can expect here. As their debut “Morphogenic” already proved, Bakis has quite an intuitive approach to writing his music, giving Dave the opportunity to add some traditional classical skills to that. The original idea (a tribute to gothic novel writer HP Lovecraft) to have a definite theme which ran all the way through “Dystopia” didn't really work as both musicians quite soon felt restricted in what they were trying to write so very quickly they abandoned that and let the music guide them instead. The latter process saw Bakis playing his Buchla, Serge, and, (mostly) his big Eurorack modular -which is now his 'to go' synth- while Dave applied his analogue synths and e-guitar for special guitar soundscapes. The mood and feel on the eight track/60-minute result is one of a darkening future as well as a certain sense of remorse dripping through the crispy yet organic sounds, textures and melodic lines. Haunting, intriguing and gothic also apply to the duos work full of fat but mellow vintage sonic creations and sequences, adding a level of gloominess and surrealism as well as an abstract-industrial edge to the sound of ARC (if one wants a kind of comparison). Can’t deny I’d love to see these creative spirits perform their stuff live somehow, sometime....   (rating 3.5 stars, out of 5)

Bert Strolenberg/SonicimmersioN   -September 2, 2018-

new nice review of Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56) album from Igloo magazine:


another great review from Side-Line Magazine:

(rating 8 out of 10)

great review of Parallel Worlds  - Tonal Paintings by Sylvain Lupari :  (rating 4 out of 5)

info and purchase:

Tonal Paintings - Marbled Red Vinyl... last 15 copies available, make your order before it's too late!   :)

latest update: Marbled Red vinyls SOLD OUT on Bandcamp.

Digital Download version of Parallel Worlds - Tonal Paintings LP, NOW Available in Bandcamp, for 7 euros! go get your album.    :)

 the coloured vinyl is Marbled Red and looks fantastic! just check the bandcamp page for a photo! also, now you can preview the WHOLE album (all 8 tracks) in the bandcamp page!

Album Out Now!

check the photos of the vinyls:

Tone Science Module No.2 Elements and Particles is now available on CD / download from the DiN Bandcamp store.

contemporary modular synthesiser compositions.

release date is October 19th 2018

new Parallel Worlds vinyl album out soon, with unreleased tracks from the period of 1995-97.

The release will be limited to 250 black and 50 coloured vinyls. It will be published by the Italian 'Lost In It' Records.

the release date will be the 23rd of October 2018.

info and purchase on Bandcamp:

detailed review (in FACEBOOK) of Bakis Sirros and Dave Bessell about the instruments and working methods, that were used in the making of the Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56) album:

scroll down and there is a post about Bakis Sirros and then a post about Dave Bessell.

info of the Dystopia (DiN56) album:

a nice feature on Synthtopia about Parallel Worlds and Dave Bessell, regarding the Dystopia (DiN56) album:

Excited to announce that Dystopia (DiN56) by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell is now available on the DiN Bandcamp store as CD / Download.

and a video for the track Devoid, from the album Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56)

Video by mamonu

21st of September: Official release day for Dystopia (DiN56) by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell. Available @ iTunes, Spotify, Amazon etc but it's always best to support the label & artists directly @

Demo Mix of the, soon to be released, second volume in the Tone Science series - Tone Science Module No.2 Elements and Particles. (CD compilation)

music made with Modular Systems!

in the Parallel Worlds track, i used my Doepfer A100 / Eurorack and Serge modular systems.

Release Date is October 19th.

Great Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56) album review by the Italian webmagazine The New Noise:

scroll down and its in Italian.

one more new great review, in German this time:

new Great review of Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Dystopia (DiN56) by Sylvain Lupari :

Listening to the demo - very accomplished, all round !

glad you like it!

some words by Matrixsynth:

Just listened to Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell's Dystopia (DiN56). Love it. If you like John Carpenter you will love this album. JC is classic, PW & DB's Dystopia sounds evolutionary. Superb mixing & mastering as well. Great music from start to finish.

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