Atomic Symphony No. 5 | Review
Music Critic: Mika Lucio
An Endless Sonic Adventure
Cincinnati-based producer, composer and audio artist Nicholas Korn recently released his album Atomic Symphony No. 5. The project offers a range of sounds that embody the essence of classic symphony music with a postmodern flair. Atomic Symphony No. 5 is the most recent iteration of larger undertaking ‘Atomic Symphonies’ by Nicholas Korn which includes 4 robust albums previously released on his imprint of the same name.
Nicholas Korn brings the quintessential dance and listening experience to music fans who enjoy a variety of sounds. Atomic Symphony No. 5 is a boundless production that is likely to inspire through an intricate mix of sound fibers. As per the artist himself, “Let the epic fun and funk begin” (nicholaskorn.com/atomic-symphonies).
Atomic Symphony No. 5 – Four Movements, Inspiring Sounds
EDM fans will be delighted to encounter the 4 distinct movements presented by Nicholas Korn on Atomic Symphony No. 5. Offered to listeners as the First, Second, Third and Fourth Movements, the collection of artistic expressions commences with a colossal wave of sounds on the ‘First Movement’ that include driving dance rhythms and energetic melodies. Futuristic synths deliver an infectious vibe guaranteed to demand an instant replay.
ATOMIC SYMPHONY No. 5
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