“Brooklyn dance-pop act Body Language make music practically designed for remixes.” — PITCHFORK

“Sunny and buzzing!” — FADER

“Body Language are in the same ballpark, quality-wise, as, respectively, early Madonna, the disco label Prelude’s 1982 output, and CSS doing an impression of Dr Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band. That is some ballpark. It is possibly the greatest ballpark there is.” — THE GUARDIAN UK

“Body Language may traverse an impressive range of styles, but the group has only one clear motive: to move bodies on the dance floor.” — NPR

Fresh off the success of last year’s Social Studies LP, Body Language have returned with a new EP (Grammar, out today on Lavish Habits) and a full-length disc that’s set to drop in early 2013. Both of which streamline the Brooklyn quartet’s restless pop experiments with a future-shocked blend of soul and R&B. Or as they put it, “Our world still exists in an indie- disco bubble; we’re just pushing the limits of every genre to a point where the bubble’s about to pop.”

That’s certainly the case with “Lose My Head”— a floor-filler that’s driven by late ‘70s funk licks and diamond-encrusted keys—and the rest of Grammar for that matter, from the soaring harmonies and glitter ball grooves of “The First” to the wobbly synth lines and Motown-schooled choruses of “I’m a Mess.”


1. Lose My Head
2. The First
3. I’m A Mess
4. The First (Live)

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Posted by: Kathryn on September 18, 2012 @ 10:28 AM
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