The epic atmosphere of Junya Komori’s “Fearless of the Hero,” , draws you in right away. It sheds new insight on the artists behind it all and begins a new episode in the saga.
Junya Komori is a Tokyo-based Japanese music composer. He is in charge of sound design and building, multi-instrument playing and recording, score editing, and video creation and editing, among other things. He also composes music and contributes to it.
He is cautious while developing hybrid sounds and avoids no-genre limitations because of Mr. Thomas Bergersen’s influence, which has both influenced and gratified him.
Japan’s Junya Komori presents a defiantly fascinating and atmospheric new tune, fuelled by wonder and exhibiting the absolute best in sound design and unconstrained musicianship. The artist strives to draw “Fearless of the Hero” for his audience by illuminating the imagination with intricate, meditative bits and layers of audio.
There’s a dramatic shift halfway in, where we receive cinematic pieces of scene-setting — a change in the plot, a flip of the page – and another movement to fullness and deep excitement for the last quarter.
This characteristic proves an appealing calling card of Junya Komori and allows the music to feel legitimately original and create a higher sense of escapism as it pours through.
Throughout the composition there are many occasions that stop you in your tracks. “Fearless of the Hero” is a superb example, captivating in its mix of gentle, emotional, and dramatic, quicker fragments and the relentless yet distant quality of the beat. This likewise captures attention but for surprising reasons – the retro textures, the joyfulness.
” Fearless of the Hero” is magnificent, dreamlike and hopeful, intimate and wise as it sets the atmosphere for optimism and a sense of possibilities; the revolution is complete, perhaps. Unique in melody and mood, design and intention – the right approach to round up the piece.