Hypnotic, outlandish, and downright funky...

Partials hail from Athens, Georgia, a university town with a penchant for reinvention.

A group whose imagery is lurid, outlandish, and thoroughly eye-catching, Partials' music is built to match.

Squelching alt-funk that takes your breath away, the band's output has an extra-dimensional feel, as if George Clinton's Funkadelic has disappeared down a wormhole and emerged in another place, another time.

New cut 'Man Made Machine' blurs the lines between humanity and technology, placing that industrial bassline against tribal, almost spiritual vocals.

A fusion of vastly different elements, Partials thrive on this dichotomy, an artistic liaison that perpetually surprises.

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