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About Particle

With a Jam Rock-meets-Progressive House approach, this quartet from L.A. is best described as "Space Porn Funk" -- a term inspired by a fan who experienced their pulsating electronic grooves. The improvisational talents of guitarist Charlie Hitchcock and keyboardist Steve Molitz lead the dexterous bass/drums combo of Eric Gould and Darren Pujalet. Sharing the bill with acts such as Maceo Parker, Sound Tribe Sector 9 and Widespread Panic, their fan base has been steadily growing by word-of-mouth and their exposure on the live-show portal Jambase.com.

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Listen toParticleon Napster

With a Jam Rock-meets-Progressive House approach, this quartet from L.A. is best described as "Space Porn Funk" -- a term inspired by a fan who experienced their pulsating electronic grooves. The improvisational talents of guitarist Charlie Hitchcock and keyboardist Steve Molitz lead the dexterous bass/drums combo of Eric Gould and Darren Pujalet. Sharing the bill with acts such as Maceo Parker, Sound Tribe Sector 9 and Widespread Panic, their fan base has been steadily growing by word-of-mouth and their exposure on the live-show portal Jambase.com.

About Particle

With a Jam Rock-meets-Progressive House approach, this quartet from L.A. is best described as "Space Porn Funk" -- a term inspired by a fan who experienced their pulsating electronic grooves. The improvisational talents of guitarist Charlie Hitchcock and keyboardist Steve Molitz lead the dexterous bass/drums combo of Eric Gould and Darren Pujalet. Sharing the bill with acts such as Maceo Parker, Sound Tribe Sector 9 and Widespread Panic, their fan base has been steadily growing by word-of-mouth and their exposure on the live-show portal Jambase.com.

About Particle

With a Jam Rock-meets-Progressive House approach, this quartet from L.A. is best described as "Space Porn Funk" -- a term inspired by a fan who experienced their pulsating electronic grooves. The improvisational talents of guitarist Charlie Hitchcock and keyboardist Steve Molitz lead the dexterous bass/drums combo of Eric Gould and Darren Pujalet. Sharing the bill with acts such as Maceo Parker, Sound Tribe Sector 9 and Widespread Panic, their fan base has been steadily growing by word-of-mouth and their exposure on the live-show portal Jambase.com.