Two reviews of the new Neurobash album RISE BEFORE THE FALL where published yesterday. Anders Mellgren of Elektroskull wrote a well founded piece on the subject that can be read right here. Also an even more enthusiastic analysis of the new adventure was written by Benjamin Kristiansen of Synth.nu, readable online right here. We are humbly thankful for the words written and the time and thorough attention laid down to write these notices. It seems our intentions, so far, has been clearly received.

The collaboration between swedish sculpture artist Magnus Petersson and Neurobash continues with the instillation Arkipelag (“Archipelago”) at Liljevalchs art venue in Stockholm. The piece features exclusive music and a full twenty minutes long soundscape signed Neurobash. The sound and music accompany an impressive model of a picturesque but rather haunting model of a swedish archipelago, featuring an expressive palette ranging from eerie ambient vocals to russian helicopters. This and much more can be enjoyed at this years Spring Salon at Liljevalchs, which is always highly recommended. The exhibition opens this friday 25.01.2013 and will continue until 24.03.2013

The official release date for Misanthropy II by the Swedish act Unitary has been set to this very friday, 18/1/2013. The album will feature a remix by Neurobash alongside an alternative master version of the original album plus a bunch of really neat remixes by a number of other artist. Highly recommended as always when it comes to Unitary. Check it out!

The netzine Alteria Motives has just published an exclusive interview with Neurobash, taking up the new album and many other subjects. An interesting question that is being answered is what artist, living or dead, would be the absolute dream collaboration for Ober and G-Nome. Any guesses? Read the answer on this and much more right here.

As already announced on Facebook, Neurobash will be featured with a track on the forthcoming free release SWEDISH ELECTRO VOL. 1. The release date is already the 5th of January and the compilation will feature a broad variety of other Swedish bands such as Code 64, Unitary, Endless Shame, Social Ambitions, Spark!, Cryo and Emmon among many others and is an endeavour to spread the awareness of the brilliant swedish electro scene. A good thing, we are sure. For more details on the project follow the link to the official release page on Facebook.