Tag: Partikel

1 July 2015

Live Review: Partikel with Benet McLean at The Verdict

Partikel with Benet McLean The Verdict, Brighton Friday 26th June, 2015          It’s rare to see a contemporary jazz group and be completely in awe of their talent from the very beginning but this was the case with Partikel who were joined by virtuoso violinist Benet McLean, who played with such amazing feeling […]

1 June 2015

Duncan Eagles interview

  Duncan Eagles has been a stalwart on the London jazz scene for the past few years. Ahead of Partikel’s debut appearance at The Verdict in June he talks to Charlie Anderson about the group, how it started and where it is going.   Tell us how you got into jazz and music generally.     “I […]

1 June 2015

Album Review: Partikel – String Theory

  Partikel String Theory (www.whirlwindrecordings.com)     This music is not simply an acoustic trio recording with an added string quartet. The strings are an integral part of the band improvisation flowing in and out of the music augmenting and sometimes leading the outstanding trio.      Almost all the compositions (except Body & Soul) were written […]

1 April 2015

Eric Ford interview

In-demand drummer Eric Ford has been performing with the contemporary jazz trio Partikel, and with vocalist Val Wiseman, as well gigging with top players on the London jazz scene. SJM editor Charlie Anderson sat down to chat with him, shortly before he appeared with Matt Wates at The Verdict in Brighton.   How did you […]

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