A music website Mob Toronto (Canada) posted a detailed, creative, and thought-provoking review on the album “Saga.” We would like to give a big thanks to the author Curtis Morgan for the great job.
“If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a Dark Model album is worth an epic movie trilogy. Think the Lord Of The Rings Trilogy on speed. I say trilogy, as opposed to just one film (which several composers use as their inspiration for scoring), because, unlike conventional composers, Dark Model’s Tatsuya Oe seems to have taken on the daunting task of filling the soundscape with so much texture that it is almost like he is manifesting several characters, emotions, and directing actions in each piece, not dissimilar from what a director does.”
“If you have been looking for your theme music when you go out to conquer, look no further. This album will turn a jog on the treadmill into a desperate run through Middle Earth. It will turn bobbing and weaving through cottage traffic on the highway in your Honda Civic before the beer gets warm into a race against time to save the girl in your Aston Martin before the missile she’s strapped to launches.”
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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” scored 4.5 out of 5 on The Huffington Post|
HuffPost (formerly The Huffington Post) published a great article on “Saga” and rate the album 4.5/5. “Seriously. You gotta hear this.”