Album Review by Fitz at BlogCritics.org
An excellent review for Omnimi's album "Eight Moons" is published at BlogCritics.org by Brian Fitzpatrick (aka "Fitz"). Here is a part:
(...)Ultimately, I think Omnimi has done an amazing job in composing some truly unique songs in a Holst style. Movie directors and producers seeking full-sounding orchestrations for their own films would do well to give Eight Moons a listen to see how they might be worked into current productions.
(...)"Phobos - Mars I" with its merging of a choir and driving percussion would be at home in a film like the upcoming Conan reboot starring Jason Momoa coming to theaters in 2011. There's almost a desert feel to some of the percussion, giving it a vaguely "Arabian Nights" flavor.
(..)My favorite of the tracks is "Neso - Neptune XIII" which manages to capture an ethereal, almost fairy-like sound and merges it with the incessant roll of the sea. Neso in Greek mythology is one of the goddesses of the sea and one of the 50 Nereids - one of the sea nymphs. Through a use of interesting beats behind the scenes along with the strings and voices it truly feels as though you are rolling along the waves.
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