[JAZZ] Five-piece Scandinavian jazz band, Atomic, makes cosed-eye jazz music designed to transport you to another place in innerspace. Chaotic, unpredictable, and at times overwhelming, Atomic’s music, as the band likes to point out, is far from the romanticized piano jazz that the term “Scandanavian jazz” might evoke. There is plenty of beauty that emerges from the chaos however, usually in the form of Fredrik Ljungkvist’s wandering clarinet solos or pianist Håvard Wiik’s calculated stream of consciousness crescendos. The band, which hails from Norway, Sweden and is lead by double bassist Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, formed in 1999 and has since released a dozen records, and are prepping for the release of their next album, Six Easy Pieces, this month. Catch Atomic live at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center on Valentine’s day, Wednesday, February 14.