Atomic (band)

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Atomic at Aarhus Festival, Denmark 2017
Fredrik Ljungkvist (s), Magnus Broo (t),
Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (b)
Hans Hulbækmo (d)
Background information
Origin Sweden, Norway
Genres Jazz
Years active 1999 (1999)–present
Members Magnus Broo
Fredrik Ljungkvist
Håvard Wiik
Ingebrigt Håker Flaten
Hans Hulbækmo
Past members Paal Nilssen-Love

Atomic is a Norwegian/Swedish jazz band formed in 1999, composed of musicians from the top stratum of the European jazz circuit. Atomic has established itself as one of the most respected "new" constellations in jazz.[1] In 2014, original drummer Paal Nilssen-Love was replaced by Hans Hulbækmo.[2]


Former members[edit]


  • 2001: Feet Music (Jazzland)
  • 2003: Boom Boom (Jazzland)
  • 2004: Nuclear Assembly Hall (w/School Days) (Okka Disk)
  • 2005: The Bikini Tapes (Jazzland) [Live]
  • 2006: Happy New Ears! (Jazzland)
  • 2008: Retrograde (Jazzland)
  • 2008: Distil (w/School Days) (Okka Disk)
  • 2010: Theater Tilters Vol 1 (Jazzland)
  • 2010: Theater Tilters Vol 2 (Jazzland)
  • 2011: Here Comes Everybody (Jazzland)
  • 2013: There's a Hole in the Mountain (Jazzland)
  • 2015: Lucidity (Jazzland)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Scandinavian jazz masters Atomic set to play the Vancouver International Jazz Festival -". Archived from the original on 2007-03-14. 
  2. ^ Margasak, Peter (July 2015) "Atomic – Lucidity". Down Beat. p. 52.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Come Shine
Recipient of the Jazz Spellemannprisen
Succeeded by
Solveig Slettahjell
Preceded by
Hans Mathisen
Recipient of the Jazz Spellemannprisen
Succeeded by
Petter Wettre