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Partikel

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Partikel


There are at least two artists sharing the name Partikel: 1. Highly promising young London based jazz trio featuring Duncan Eagles (saxophones), Max Luthert (double bass) and Eric Ford (drums). Their eponymous debut album, partikel, was released on F-IRE in November 2010. They then went on to sign to the Whirlwind Recordings Label to release their Second album "Cohesion" which was included in Jazz critic Kevin LeGendre's top 10 albums of 2012 list. Others on this list included, Fly Trio, Billy Hart and Steve Lehman Trio. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least two artists sharing the name Partikel: 1. Highly promising young London based jazz trio featuring Duncan Eagles (saxophones), Max Luthert (double bass) and Eric Ford (drums). Their eponymous debut album, partikel, was released on F-IRE in November 2010. They then went on to sign to the Whirlwind Recordings Label to release their Second album "Cohesion" which was included in Jazz critic Kevin LeGendre's top 10 albums of 2012 list. Others on this list included, Fly Trio, Billy Hart and Steve Lehman Trio.

Their latest album sees them pushing their own sonic and compositional boundaries by teaming up with four respected string players of the UK scene, fusing their love of jazz, rock and world music with the textures of a string quartet to create music that showcases an array of unique soundscapes. The string quartet has been integrated seamlessly into Partikel's trademark style of raw emotion and fiercely interactive improvisations, striking a balance between intensity and rich harmony. It's an excellent example of a band not content with resting on their laurels. The approach to String Theory differs to Partikel's previous albums where fine-tuning and non-stop rehearsing of arrangements characterized the lead up to the studio recordings. Eagles describes the process: "With this album the charts I wrote for the trio were purposefully more open and melodic than previous material and the arrangements were developed through touring with the band— rather than all the rehearsing— which I think gives the trio performance on this album a much more natural and spontaneous dynamic." An example of this organic process is demonstrated in the second track of the album “Seeking Shadows” which is a sole product of their live set.

"On that track the band would begin playing freely at shows and soon a form seemed to develop, followed by subsequent parts that we liked. Slowly over time a formal structure has appeared that sounds completely composed, but really there was never a chart for that track. Even when we recorded it in the studio there was still an air of the unknown." The band has also started to incorporate electronic effects into their live set which they touch upon in the production of this album, giving String Theory a new overall sonic feel from their previous albums where they solely featured the acoustic trio. 2. A techno artist (Jimmy Svensson ?) 3.

Swedish hypnotic rock band. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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