Unzyme
Biomechanical pop

Unzyme's biomechanical pop combines the energy and catchy melodies of rock songs with rough and beautiful electronic soundscapes. The Unzyme staff is driven by synthetic life forms, ambitious DIY mentality and multidimensional imagination. Musically we’re influenced by Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Pet Shop Boys, Sia, Pendulum, Green Day and Bon Jovi, to name a few.

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Nerve cells music video released

Nerve cells is the second single from Unzyme’s upcoming album. Some of our songs have science fiction themes. This is one of two scifi songs on the fourth Unzyme album….

Unzyme logo redesigned

One of our long-time fans told us to never change the logo, because it’s tattooed in her hand. I never really wanted to change the logo – I admire the…

Mary Violet has parted ways with Unzyme

Unzyme’s live keyboardist, Mary Violet has left the band. There was no drama or hard feelings – we have parted ways in good terms. Mary decided to go all in…

Nerve cells to be released on April 3, 2020

Unzyme will release the music video for a new song called “Nerve cells” on April 3, 2020. The video was shot at a particle accelerator laboratory at The University of…

New Unzyme album to be released in the fall of 2020

Unzyme’s fourth album is about 70% done. It will be released in the fall of 2020. No specific release date has been set yet. We’re really excited about this release,…

Ummet Ozcan previews the new buzz-inspiring soft synth: Genesis Pro

https://youtu.be/QF–LJ3JREQ Genesis Pro has made a lot of headlines lately, mainly due to its incredibly low 1€ price tag. It sure is more like a symbolic price, but if it…

Unzyme to collaborate with Jyväskylä Particle Accelerator Lab

I felt like Adam Savage on the set of Blade Runner 2049, or a kid in a theme park, when I was invited for a visit at the Jyväskylä Accelerator…

“Dust on the shelves” music video in the works

We’ve been hard at work, editing a music video for a brand new song called Dust on the shelves. We like to do story-driven music videos, and this one is…

“Lie down in debris” featured in Soundi magazine

I was just listening to Tina Jukarainen’s (Fullsteam Agency) talk at Mars Festival 2017. Literally, when she was talking about importance of Spotify playlists as a way to get discovered, I…

Pop Music Reviews

Infected Mushroom & WHITENO1SE – More Of Just The Same (Review)

https://youtu.be/ApiSnfd4Srk Yes, this track may be More of Just the Same, but who else could write a track like this? Infected Mushroom is a very unique band. Personally, I think…

Emre Arisev & Dogu Dylan – Alive (Review)

I don’t listen to a lot of house music, but I do recognize a quality house track when I hear one. Emre Arisev & Dogu Dylan sent me this track,…

TW3LV, Huntar – Tonight (Review)

Sometimes, when I’m looking for suitable Spotify playlists to send Unzyme’s music to, I come across some really cool new songs. TW3LV & Huntar surprised me with their lovely song,…

Röyksopp – Andromeda (Review)

I sometimes listen to my Spotify Release Radar without looking at what’s on this week’s playlist. When this track kicked in, it was clear that this was a Röyksopp song….

Alan Walker & Ava Max – Alone, Pt. II (Review)

Alan Walker’s songs are laser-focused on young people who feel alienated. They see the world from their personal digital perspective that algorithms designed for them, and since their bubble is…

Maty Noyes – Love Don’t Cost A Thang ft. Franke, Lemaitre (Review)

I was sending Unzyme’s new song Nerve cells to music curators via Submithub, when I stumbled upon this wonderful, uplifting pop song by Maty Noyes. It’s now wonder why many…

Slander feat. Dylan Matthew – Love Is Gone (Review)

I was listening to the fantastic Active Anthems electronic music playlist, and amidst all fun-but-not-epic tracks, I was stopped on my tracks by Slander’s awesome piece of art, called Love…

Bon Jovi – Limitless (Review)

https://youtu.be/64uKJjjbKvg Limitless kicks off with a familiar “whoaaah”, as heard extensively on Burning Bridges. There’s a bit of “We Don’t Run”, “Undivided” and “We Weren’t Born to Follow” in this…

Porter Robinson – Get Your Wish (Review)

https://youtu.be/4SZEDBFPpgw I’ve been following Porter Robinson ever since Spotify’s brain-picking algorithms introduced him to my consciousness, back in 2015. I really enjoyed his debut album Worlds, and his work as…

Green Day – Father of All… (Album Review)

When the lead single Father of All… was released, I wasn’t too excited about it, mainly because of the vocal effects. However, the song has grown on me, and now…

Pet Shop Boys – Hotspot (Review)

Pet Shop Boys is my most listened-to band according to Spotify’s statistics. I’ve been a Spotify user for 11 years, and for all that time Spotify has collected data on…

Pet Shop Boys – Burning the heather (Review)

I consider Pet Shop Boys to be the greatest band of all time, so this is a biased review (just like all other reviews are). There are two scales to…

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