Scooter – Devil’s Symphony (Review)

Scooter is the ultimate pop music culture recycling machine. Pop music has always been about recycling, remixing and reshaping melodies and compositions that are already popular. Scooter takes this approach to the kind of heights that only a few artists can even imagine. They’re here to make you dance and forget about your gray office … Read more

Pet Shop Boys – Dreamland (feat. Years & Years) Review

I probably haven’t listened to any other band more than the Pet Shop Boys. Their music has it all – thought-provoking lyrics, detailed arrangements, cool synth sounds and beautiful melodies. Most of their discography is pure gold, with only a few exceptions. The Agenda EP, released earlier this year, sounded quite liberated and playful. I … Read more

Raided room (Live at Tavastia 2019)

Unzyme opened for Happoradio at Tavastia in Helsinki (Finland) on August 24th, 2019. Here’s a live video that will help you understand the intricate paradoxes of the universe, while experiencing an unfiltered aural energy flare. If you were to become a cyborg, you could experience videos in pure data streams, instead of having to interpret … Read more

Leaving Helsinki for Hamburg, to meet music industry people at Reeperbahn Festival 2019

I will be in Hamburg from Saturday, September 14th to Monday, September 23rd – before and after Reeperbahn Festival 2019. I’m looking for managers, booking agencies, artist career strategists, concert promoters, labels, music lovers, electronic pop musicians, musicpreneurs and other likeminded people. Would you like to grab a cup of tea with an ambitious Finnish … Read more

Green Day – Father of all… Review

I’m a huge Green Day fan since Dookie. Listened to every album, loved especially Dookie, Nimrod and American Idiot. They’ve written some great songs (such as Ashley or Troubled Times) since their biggest hit albums, but their albums haven’t really reached such great heights ever since the Idiot days. I liked most of Revolution Radio, … Read more

Traveling alone – How unpredictability rejuvenates The lone wanderer

In the Kent song, Beredd på allt, Joakim Berg sings how he likes to travel alone. Jag reser gärna ensamdet har kommit med årenMan blir så trött av allt pratav att tolka språken Translates to something along these lines: “I like to travel aloneit has come with the yearsOne gets so tired of all the … Read more

S!sters – Sister (Eurovision Song Contest 2019, Germany) review

I rarely get excited about a Eurovision song entry. It would’ve been nice to see Darude in the ESC2019 final, but as he and Sebastian Rejman had to step aside, my attention moved to the finalists. Sister is a very vocal-centric song, which is not a surprise, because it’s actually a rule in the Eurovision … Read more

Song dissection: Universal constructor

This is Unzyme’s only released instrumental track. There are many unreleased instrumentals on my hard drive, waiting for a suitable opportunity to get released. Override was supposed to start off with an instrumental piece, which was heavily influenced by Röyksopp, but the song never got finished. I might still release that at some point. Movement … Read more

PLGRMS – Daylight Review

I stumbled upon the music of PLGRM via Warner Music Germany’s Facebook page. The snipped they posted was catchy enough for me to seek the song on Spotify. Daylight‘s video is directed by Peter Majarich, and I think it suits the song perfectly. The best videos make the song sound even better, and this is … Read more