Afteir their acclaimed 2013 debut album, “Vidde”, Oslo-based quartet Atlanter released an impressive follow-up that sees the band grow as composers, performers, and groovemakers.
Released late January, “Jewels of Crime” seems to contradict their claims of being inspired by “desert blues, by German krautrock and by old delta blues”.
There’s actually so much more in their dense, organic, and as ambiguous mixture of sounds and ideas as you would expect in the 21st century.
“Jareeze” is the first single off the record, and its accompanied by a short, one-actor miniature directed by Frode Fjerdingstad. Be sure to check out all other ten songs that make the album, and you can start with the superb second single, “Light“.