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Today's album: Atomic makes the free jazz of Messiaen and the Beach Boys

Svensknorska Atomic have managed to get the entire eighteen years on the back of the neck. Then Paal Nilssen-Love left the group in 2014 plays His Hulbækmo drums; in the other it is the same formation, with Fredrik Ljungkvist and Magnus Broo on saxophones and trumpet. For the first time apply now this veritable supergroup his tongue synthesis of american free jazz and european impro on a series of covers instead of original songs.

among others, Olivier Messiaen, Carla Bley, Jan Garbarek and – as hinted in the title of the album – the Beach Boys. A great mix, which at the same time relates to the group's many entrances to his original music. ”Pet album” need time to be listened into, but gives the hundredfold with their resourcefulness in terms of both improvisations and kompositorisk processing.

Read more music reviews by John Cornell, for example, about how Oddjob is at least as catchy and resourceful when making zoological porträttjazz for children.

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