"Capitalizing on each other’s expertise, beat maestro Rob Anonymous and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Kimo Muraki come together and mash an eclectic mix of musical genres. In fact, because Surrealize incorporates such a different mix of sounds ranging from Electronica and Indie-Rock to Soul and Alternative Country, that any attempt to categorize its sound is akin to deciphering the shapes of those famous inkblots in a Rorschach test…pretty much any description fits. Yet, the music that Rob and Kimo produce is more than just a concoction of different sounds. It is an experiment that ventures towards creating a new mode of communication between artist and audience. It is an effort to engage one another on a higher level of consciousness where trust and creativity abound. "
Dan- Cheif Editor - Seattle Music and Blog.com
"In an industry where re-hashing, trend-driven creative-commodity marketing and categorization addicts rule, SURREALIZED refuses this absolutism. They borrow the best parts of electronic and psychedelic, but incorporate beats and sounds from all over the musical spectrum with impunity and perfect grace."
Les Sterling - seattlegayscene.com
"A glorious mish-mash of electronica, indie, rock, and most points in between... Kimo Muraki’s smooth vocals along with the group’s synth-pop/electronica sound gives me the urge to move."
Jodi Kaufer - Seattle Show Gal
"Surrealized has more grooves and hooks to them than an entire season of Dangerous Catch. Their self-titled EP takes their passionate, empowered and brilliant live show and reconstructs it with five of their best..."
"(at the risk of sounding like a total hippie) wrap yourself in a blanket of audio love, and be warmed. It may just change the way you experience live music forever. Check your cynicism and expectations at the door – you won’t need them there."
Les Sterling - seattlegayscene.comRed Lehman - Nada Mucho Magazine Review
"Surrealized, a new electronic duo, brings Rob Anonymous (Miss Solar System), behind the beats, together with Kimo Muraki (17th Chapter, Super Sonic Soul Pimps), on guitar and vocals. Thick beats, soul grabbing vocal layers and guitar work rock the listener. Stay tuned..."
Ken Roeder - SPIN Earth
"...Rob's orchestric knob turning; Kimo's vocal range and instrument bravado. Everything stated has a purpose, every instrument has a part, and the audience has a role within their Surrealized world... and it's a damn beautiful thing. 8 out of 10"
Red Lehman - Nada Mucho Magazine Review