Dynamic Chord is a record company and music agency representing the hottest artists right now with, in particular, four of the country's most popular bands.
They are rêve parfait with its own unique world view and progressive sound, Liar-S, an emo rock band, KYOSO, a group of highly-polished performers, and apple-polisher, which fuses dance with rock and roll. Against the backdrop of Japan's four seasons, comes a realistically depicted documentary movie about the encounters, breakups and trajectory of these 16 band members as they vie for musical preeminence.
M'kay let's see if I can do this justice in a review.
Now this series doesn't have a straight-forward plot which a lot of people are looking for in Idol series. It literally follows the agency more closely than the idol group. There are four separate groups so each one gets featured separately and they blend together a bit. But it's unique the way it goes about it.
The music and the character development is what redeem the series; and if you can get past not having a A-Z storyline you'll enjoy it. The mascot is great, but not all this series has to offer, it's a
fun roller coaster of boy-band drama, success and failures. (If you can make it to the end you'll see it come full-circle)
Only four episodes of Dynamic Chord are out at this time, but I can already tell how dreadful it will be. Barring a few other titles like Black Clover, this is one of the worst anime I’ve seen this season, and that’s saying a lot. When the best part of your anime is a cat with sunglasses (was only on screen for about 5 seconds in the first episode), you know you’ve fucked up somewhere. I won’t make this too long since this show honestly isn’t worth talking about in length.
So…this show is about music, right? Then why is almost all of the runtime spent
on something that’s not music? Moreover, when they’re actually playing music, not only is it extremely lazily done, but it also doesn’t even sound good. So far, every time they’ve played music, it’s just a compilation of reused shots and sloppy animation with some random Japanese song in the background.
I wouldn’t have as much of a problem with this show if it at least looked good, but it even fails in that department. The character designs are really jarring and hard to look at, which is disappointing since otherwise the art isn’t too shabby. I just wish it was used in a better way.
If you want to watch a music anime, watch something like K-on or Nana instead. This show is just a waste of time, and extremely boring at that.
Story : 2
The first story is about finding their friend who suddenly leave the band .Common plot where you can see anywhere in anime .There are many emotional scene than happy one It becomy gloomy with their friend gone . which make you question if the anime really focus on music or just want theme to be friendship related .
Art : 1
This animation can rival with Toei .The characters was drawn handsomely and see all the colourful hair ,as expected of Musical anime .The problem here lean on the focus of each screen .We just see their face front part and it just one angle
.Plus the slow paced on each panel ,they focus too long on unmoving drawing
Character : 2
This anime was targetted for people who already played the game and have besice on it .So as for beginner ,it was hard to judge their personality .They introduced us all the members in hope that viewer already learn it from game .You don't have time to know the characters at all
Overall ,It depend if you just want something to accompany you while bored then this become good but don't set the expectation too high