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Body Language premieres Work This City (Yes Giantess Rremix) on Under the Radar, Finish Out Tour w/ Zero 7

Brooklyn based Body Language
premieres Work This City (Yes Giantess Remix) on Under The Radar

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“….we’ve got an exclusive premiere of Yes Giantess’ re-rub of “Work This City.” BL’s Boston electro pals extend the single past the six-minute mark with a whirring, beeping house beat. The chorus ignites into cut-up overdrive and rests for a spell. Rinse, repeat, bottle up and explode!”-
Under the Radar

Body Language continues their major city opening gig with Zero 7
Remaining dates below

“…a band that should be on everyone’s radar by now, BODY LANGUAGE, with their electronic finesse,
having worked with folks like Passion Pit on their first recordings.”
Future Sounds

Their song “Work This City” from the Speaks EP was just released through
Ghostly International’s Moodgadget: The Nocturnal Suite

Body Language have been burning holes in NYC dance floors all year long playing
w/ Passion Pit, School of Seven Bells, Theophilus London, We Have Band, La Roux & Jimmy Edgar

The Fader on Huffy Ten Speed
“…we can recommend its sunny, buzzing bass and bicycle-friendly theme as pretty favorable…”

I Guess I’m Floating:
”…a darker/heavier sound with glitchy synths and forceful beats to boot – not to mention they’ve crafted a chorus as catchy as it is locomotive…”
Body Language is the ass shaking combination of Grant Wheeler & Matt Young graced by the soul styling’s of Ms. Angelica Bess. PLUS Ian Chang on drums of Mickey Factz fame.

Their 5 track EP “Speaks” is out now on Moondgadget Records
CHECK out HUFFY TEN SPEED HERE!

CHECK IT!
Body Language have just released their “Influences” DJ sets on their MySpace page
Listen to All FOUR- Soul, Disco, Detroit and AWESOME!
http://www.myspace.com/bodylanguage

Listeners should also expect some wonderful contributions from the trio with the hit, “Work this City”, appearing on Ghostly International’s Nocturnal Suite, a free four-part ‘Influences’ DJ Set, as well as upcoming remixes from the likes of Toro y Moi, Yes Giantess, Shuttle, Alaska in Winter and Machinedrum!

Body Language Hits Major Market Dates with Zero 7 & more…
Dec 2 – Club Soda w/ Zero 7- Montreal, Quebec
Dec 3- Phoenix w/ Zero 7- Toronto, Ontario
Dec 4 -Metro w/ Zero7- Chicago, Illinois
Dec 5 – Epic (The Quest) w/ Zero 7- Minneapolis, Minnesota

Who Is Body Language!?
Busy saving the city from the brick wall arm crossing and the casual head nods, Brooklyn’s own Body Language has risen from the DIY venue basements armed with the kinetic dynamite you would expect from the name.

Originally coaxed to Brooklyn by fellow party-throwers, CassetteNYC and Percussionlab, Body Language quickly found a welcome soapbox from which they could yell loud and clear. Armed with synths, vocoder, glockenspiel, percussion, and three graceful voices, Body Language found themselves in demand at local events and parties. That demand extended beyond their own entity as a band, and they appeared as a live back up to Theophilus London dressed as ‘the Lovers’. Body Language also served as production collaborators with Passion Pit for the inception of their debut LP, Manners. Body Language cut their teeth in the remix department, appearing on Passion Pit’s “Chunk of Change” EP with a shimmering rendition of Sleepyhead (Landau Wake Up Mix) and Machinedrum’s “Late Night Operation” EP featuring Theophilus London. Seeking to up the ante on their 2008 performances, the trio joined forces with Mickey Factz/T. London backing drummer, Ian Chang, during the turn of this year. The resulting quartet made what seemed already a locomotive electronic outfit into a sonic freight train of a crossover indie act.

These four body linguists are currently drafting up a five-track demo based on songs that for now, exist only in their live performances.

For More Information Contact: Samantha Tillman @ Daffodil Publicity- samantha@daffodilpublicity.com

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