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Loitered Lens: Sturla Atlas

More than wannabe posturing, Sturla Atlas impressed with heartfelt lyrics at the Jazz Cafe

[dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”]R[/dropcap]apping in English and with all the colloquialisms of teenagers with a South London postcode, Sturla Atlas hang their collective identity on their own postal area – the 101 boys from Downtown Reykjavik.

More than mere posturing, there were some heartfelt and open lyrics.

– Sarah Corbett Batson reporting on the Icelandic troupe’s performance at the Jazz Cafe.

Photos by Carl Byron Batson. Not to be reproduced without express prior permission.

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