Highly promising young London based trio featuring Duncan Eagles (saxophones), Max Luthert (double bass) and Eric Ford (drums). Eponymous debut album released on the F-ire Presents imprint November 2010.
Follow up “Cohesion” released on Michael Janisch’s Whirlwind Recordings, January 2012.
Third album “String Theory” (Whirlwind Recordings, 2015) features the core trio led by a string quartet led by Benet McLean.
"A refreshing, innately tuneful and highly distinctive take on the art of the saxophone trio. "
"“Cohesion” consolidates Partikel's progress and is a worthy follow up to its eponymous predecessor. "
"An engaging take on the art of the saxophone trio from one of the UK's most engaging and promising new bands. "
"Ian Mann enjoys an astonishing performance by Partikel with Benet McLean on violin and takes a look at their superb new album "String Theory". Support from the Alex Thompson Duo. "
"A superb fusion of jazz, classical and electronic elements, the three components combining to create something organic, homogeneous and totally unique. "
"" They extol the joyous spirit of adventure that makes for great jazz, and makes them one of the most exciting bands on the current UK scene". Guest contributor Trevor Bannister enjoys Partikel"
JAZZ MANN FEATURES
Ian Mann on the final day of the Festival, and performances by Ross Stanley, Karen Sharp, Stochelo Rosenberg, Rory Ingham and the Celtic Jazz Quartet. Photography by Bob Meyrick.
Ian Mann on the second day of the Festival and performances by the Pysz/Cousins/Gardiner Trio, Alice Leggett, Gareth Roberts, Barbara Dennerlein and Scott Hamilton. Photography by Bob Meyrick.