Unexploded news
Columbian art blog PAN.O.RA.MA published this excellent review on Unexploded; "A new brilliant star rising in the horizon is what emerges when from Denmark. This wave/rock pop act surprise us with an advance of the upcoming album, offering a complete facet of his skills as a musician... The voice here is incredibly great, and the use of certain atmospheres and percussive elements give you more reasons to be anxious to hear the final album. " Read the entire review at PAN.O.RA.MA.

Unexploded mentioned in UK music blog Losing Today/The Sunday Experience; "Unexploded - two of the tracks - 'Unavoidable' and 'Bitchslapping A Crocodile' literally kicked us out and just plain refused to give up their sounds. The demurring gravitational tug of 'Invert' is neigh on impossible to resist, a sublime slice of tenderly amorphous panoramic dream pop metered out by looping clock working beats, lunar synth swirls, celestial opines and shimmering riff chimes all seductively harnessed upon a pulsar like lovelorn liquid landscape set upon the subtle foundations of an acutely pop calibrated kraut dialect, we suspect we need to hear more and soon."

Unexploded got a good review last month at International alternative music site Heathen Harvest; "Unexploded ventures off to a synth rock style, utilizing many layers of music and combining rock and electro to create his own distinct style. Unexploded was a very pleasant surprise, and I hope for Unexploded that he can get his name out there. I think he'll be able to find a good audience. This EP was very pleasant, with the strongest two tracks at the start. Looking forward to hearing more from this artist." Check out the review here or read other reviews on Unexploded right here.

Unexploded got a nice review in this months issue of Belgian music magazine Side-Line; "This project delivers a pure crossover style mixing different styles like new wave, rock and pop. The opening cut “Unavoidable” impressed me for the amazing production and stereo effects! Unexploded reveals a mature sound and cool mix of impressive guitar parts and new wave bass lines. Unexploded is hard to classify, but reveals a progressive sound. The quieter and wafting “Bitchslapping A Crocodile” reveals an amazing amount of little details in the writing. ...This is a great piece of music!" Eat the review here.

Unexploded’s promo ep "Venomlake" got airplay through out the year on French/Belgian Radio Rockomondo and podcasts in USA and Europe.

Unexploded got great review last month at Swedish electro site Synth.nu; "Unexploded has their own identity and is definitely worth discovering. The music is interesting and I am eagerly waiting to hear what Unexploded can do on his upcoming album." Check out the review here (in Swedish) or read the translation here.

The rest of this years concerts have been postponed as Unexploded will be concentrating his energy on the forthcoming album (in preproduction). Instead, the concerts will be moved to and take place in 2010/2011 where possible. Unexploded is sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Unexploded recieves great review in DE magazine Nightshade; "Unexploded 4-track demo: ...From the studio Unexploded produces this dense, atmospheric and sometimes psychedelic drifting sound, that efter the 20th time still is seductive and tempting to listen to. A pleasant, and sometimes also slightly bitter feeling, that in the long run ultimately carry the Dane forward on his trip... The song Invert is a delicacy, which really reveals the true multilayeredness of Unexploded's creativity. According to release plan the first album of unexploded is due... We wait with anticipation and excitement." Read the review in German.

Unexploded reviewed in US music blog Dark Culture: "Unexploded is different enough to stand on it’s own. There is no shortage of electronic music. The trick is finding acts that stand out... When you find an act like Unexploded, you start to think there might be hope after all." Read the review.

Unexploded was reviewed in the current issue of UK Insomnia Magazine; Unexploded: Venomlake (promo EP); "Limited promo release from Copenhagen based wave act Unexploded, which is the creative genius of the singer/songwriter/producer of the same name. The tracks on offer really showcase Unexploded's creative studio know how, and with elements of electro and darkwave this EP gives a great insight into the dark world of the creator." Read the review here.

Unexploded's great show at Nemoland was highlighted as one of the recommended events in the June/July issue of Copenhagen nightlife/lifestyle magazine Citadel; "Unexploded plays atmospheric electro-rock, dominated by epic synths, chanting vocals and condensed layers of grumbling guitars. One easily dreams into their universe, and here and there one is reminded of The Cure, Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode og Finnish cult band This Empty Flow. A night black starry sky would be an obvious backdrop for Unexploded's dark edged sci-fi-rock." Read the original article here (in Danish).

Unexploded was reviewed in US ezine The Muse's Muse in June; "Mature and modern, Unexploded’s EP hones a slick, alternative dance rock sound that’s drenched in the highlights of all things atmospherically seductive. Unexploded constructs their own signature sound, resulting in an intoxicating juxtaposition of soft, yet dark, electronic beats that climax into layered vocal bliss. Unexploded is a strong musical offering for those who love the combination of rock and synth."

DJ AZ from Germany wrote the following about Unexploded after receiving a promo disc in April: "Very interesting with an own style. "Unavoidable" took residence in my head. Catchy! "Bitchslapping A Crocodile" is a great dark crawler. Impressive! The other two tracks are fine tunes too. Unexploded's sound is clear with a powerful bass. Music not for the masses but for connoisseurs! Recommended! I wish them the very best for their career, Unexploded deserve attention." DJ AZ.

Unexploded performed a great and recordbreaking open air show at Nemoland presenting both classic Unexploded songs and new material from the forthcoming album. The crowd was cheering, clapping along, dancing on tables and wanting encore, all of which is extremely rare at Nemoland. Read about the show at our Unexploded Blog.

Unexploded receives great review in the June edition of US magazine Twisted Dreams Magazine; "Copenhagen’s own Unexploded - A danceable mix of great notes to keep you moving. When music comes along that takes me on a trip, it warms my heart. I found this with this great act from Denmark. From the first song I was hooked, bopping along to this great cd as I listened in my car. Each song is a treat. I look very much forward to hearing what this act has in store for us for the future. As it is, I’m eagerly waiting. Kick ass great music: 9/10"

Unexploded is featured with the two songs "Bitchslapping A Crocodile" and "Unavoidable" in recent podcast from US music site United Rock Kingdom. Listen to the podcast (podcast 7) here.

Unexploded recieves smashing review in this months issue of German mag Crawling Tunes Magazine; "Atmospheric, dark, floating; Unexploded follow their own path on their 4-track demo. The cd is at all times great to listen to, with its loads of rhythms and resounding guitars. The Danes of Unexploded certainly know their craft and definitely belong to the best group of musicians and composers out there. Very beautiful. 5/5"

ProGuest of the month, industry veteran Mick Glossop, reviewed a song by Unexploded at US TheProgFiles.com. Mick Glossop has 30+ years of experience in the area of production, mixing and engineering, working with other artists like Suede, Frank Zappa, Gary Numan, Van Morrison, Public Image, Tangerine Dream etc. He says "Good song. Nice groove and atmospheric keyboards." Read the interview and review here.

Animal rights movement magazine ANIMA features an interview with Unexploded this month. The interview is in Danish. Read the entire interview here.

The concert last Wednesday was interrupted by teargas from the police due to riots and huge flames in the streets. The concert took place at cool venue Loppen, situated at the outskirts of Christiania, Copenhagen.
Read about the incident at our blog.

The UK culture magazine Voltcase has a big Unexploded feature/interview in the april edition. Voltcase reviewed an Unexploded 4-track promo EP at the end of last year giving it a rave review. The reviewer wrote: "It takes a lot to impress me at the moment, and Unexploded have done just that." Read the feature/interview or the full review...

Radio interview with Unexploded tomorrow. Tomorrow saturday 2008.2.23 at 17:00/5pm Radio Hinnerup will host an interview with Unexploded. The interview will be in Danish. We'll try to get a transcript in English as well as a podcast up later.

Unexploded's 4-track promo EP recently got a great review in the UK culture magazine Voltcase. The reviewer writes: "Unexploded's music is a nice breath of fresh air at the moment, and the next time a generic rock-by-numbers band claims to be alternative, I can say 'no', listen to Unexploded - now that's alternative! It takes a lot to impress me at the moment, and Unexploded have done just that." Go read the full review...

Unexploded is todays feature at the blog Music Of The Moment. As a bonus for fans and new listeners, 2 songs will be available as free download from the blog for the rest of the December. Check it out...

Unexploded’s song "Unavoidable" is currently receiving airplay. The track is being played by French/Belgian radio Rock Your Brain and Canadian radio Dark Waves Radio amongst others.

Unexploded got mentioned in US music magazine eMusician ; "Unexploded. A cross between Depeche Mode and Linkin Park? Though that description may seem like an unlikely and possibly unkind sound combination, it's actually quite pleasing. Listen to Unexploded's song "Invert" and you'll understand."

Unexploded got mentioned in German Schallgrenzen Musik Blog; "Unexploded from Copenhagen convinces with big atmospheric electrosounds and cool new wave-style guitars and singing. The mixture is reminiscent of great synthpop like Tears For Fears and film music in Ennio Morricone style."

unexplodedmusic.com (this website) has won the Silver Award at BandsBackStage.