rBeatz Radio, EDM-oriented music website and radio station, published a detailed and track-by-track review on the album “Saga.” We would like to thank the author My Nguyen for choosing Dark Model’s music and writing the creative article.
“This epic album starts out with Prelude, an operatic start that immediately dives into a dramatic stronghold with the heightened effect of symphonic elements layered in with energetic strings and the movements of electronic music. The orchestral embellishment is definitely highly-strung, and with the ebb and flow of the symphony, there are moments where audiences will be left starry-eyed and mesmerized.”
“The title track, Survivors, is filled with energetic strings in a tight and stirring production. The orchestra epically depicts the intricate layers of the song over raging electronic beats and the enriching vibe of the percussion. Saga is a complex soundscape of extremely confrontational music with a strong EDM and trance feel.”
“The choral beginning of Inferno Suite will really get audiences into the vibe of the piece. The dramatic set-up, with its fast beats and tension build, gives way to a massive orchestral structure backed with electronic beats. Though already heavily layered, the choral addition adds an enlightening aspect to the production.”
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|“Saga” Out Today – Album Reviews Report Vol.1|
We have already received a lot of great reviews from music and culture websites. Thanks for choosing “Saga” and writing on Dark Model’s music.
|“Saga” Album Reviews Report Vol.2 (The 405, Gig Soup, Beat Dot Media, etc.)|
The second reports of reviews on Dark Model’s new album “Saga.” We provide the excerpts from The 405, Gig Soup, Beat Dot Media, and Enter the Venture.
|“Saga” album & “Storm Goddess” review on Ellenwood EP|
LA-based online music magazine Ellenwood selected “Saga” album. “Saga is a great album for classical listeners who would love a more modern bent as well as indie and electronic fans who enjoy the drama and intensity of classical suites.”
|“Saga” album review on M.I.R.P 411 website|
“”Saga’ is a universal work of art that will no doubt be universally enjoyed; it has no country, no ethnicity, no age, no era, no genre.”
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