Album artwork for II by Notilus

After their highly praised debut record "I" - called "a sparkling electro-jazz and cinematographic hybridization game" and "refreshingly futuristic big band music" - the french quintet returns with the new full length called "II". Notilus is back, more raw and free than ever, taking a journey through both evening shadows and luminous mornings, through long expanses of suspended time as well as hypnotic swathes of dancing vibes. It crosses vast tundras, ascends snowy mountain ranges, reaches swampy troubled waters bathed in eerie light, at the crossroad between Jazz, Techno, Ambient music and self-reflexion. The Notilus Orchestration: Philippe Rieger : machines Mathieu Goust : drums & percussions Guillaume Nuss : trombone & effets Christophe Rieger : saxophone & effets Paul Barbieri : cornet, synthétiseurs

II

Denovali Records
Album artwork for II by Notilus
LP +

$29.99

Indie Exclusive, 180g Vinyl

Clear
Includes download code
Released 03/15/2024Catalog Number

LP-DEN-378IE

Album artwork for II by Notilus
LP

$29.99

180g Vinyl

Black
Released 03/15/2024Catalog Number

LP-DEN-378

II

Denovali Records
Album artwork for II by Notilus
LP +

$29.99

Indie Exclusive, 180g Vinyl

Clear
Includes download code
Released 03/15/2024Catalog Number

LP-DEN-378IE

Album artwork for II by Notilus
LP

$29.99

180g Vinyl

Black
Released 03/15/2024Catalog Number

LP-DEN-378

After their highly praised debut record "I" - called "a sparkling electro-jazz and cinematographic hybridization game" and "refreshingly futuristic big band music" - the french quintet returns with the new full length called "II". Notilus is back, more raw and free than ever, taking a journey through both evening shadows and luminous mornings, through long expanses of suspended time as well as hypnotic swathes of dancing vibes. It crosses vast tundras, ascends snowy mountain ranges, reaches swampy troubled waters bathed in eerie light, at the crossroad between Jazz, Techno, Ambient music and self-reflexion. The Notilus Orchestration: Philippe Rieger : machines Mathieu Goust : drums & percussions Guillaume Nuss : trombone & effets Christophe Rieger : saxophone & effets Paul Barbieri : cornet, synthétiseurs