Infected Mushroom – Electro Panic (One Function remix) Review

The original version of Electro Panic was released in 2004 on Digital Collusions and Analogue Intrusions compilation. It’s a collaboration between Yahel and Infected Mushroom. It’s a rather minimal trance piece with a heavy emphasis on acid bass synths and distorted, rhythmic synth riffs. The riffs and the energy of the track are the best … Read more

Borderlands 3 Epic Games exclusive release causes fans to rise against 2k Games

I know I probably shouldn’t be writing about PC games here, but as a fan and supporter of the Borderlands franchise, the recent events have given me some food for thought. On March 28th, Gearbox Software, the developer of Borderlands 3, announced the game. I watched the live stream of the launch event at PAX … Read more

Hacking the Spotify Release Radar

Spotify’s Release Radar collects new songs from artists that the user presumably likes. It also shows cover songs, remixes and other versions of the songs that the user prefers. Looking at my own Release Radar, I find new cover versions of old songs, from artists that are popular, but may have not released anything in … Read more

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 Lab. We talked about various forms of collaboration, all of which sounded really interesting to me. They need music for a marketing project, and we … Read more

Too much business and not enough music?

This video is the byproduct of a mild identity crisis. I did this video about my preparations for the Reeperbahn Festival, but this kind of video actually shouldn’t be interesting to the music listener. My journey to Reeperbahn Music Festival 2019 Last year I posted similar videos to Unzyme’s YouTube channel, but then I realized … Read more

Music production software holiday sales

At Unzyme, we have recently concentrated on not using so many 3rd party software synthesizers, and use mostly Ableton’s own instruments. We have 3-4 laptops on stage, which all run Ableton Live, so having updated licenses for all those computers becomes a hassle, and expensive. Having less software instruments also allows easier collaboration between band members … Read more