Retro-minded Brooklyn club act Body Language take ‘80s soul and electro and deliver it with a futuristic slant, much like Deee-Lite, Chromeo, or Jamiroquai.
Backed by party promoters CassetteNYC and Percussionlab, the band (Grant Wheeler, Matt Young, Ian Chang, and Angelica Bess) built up a solid fan base playing shows in N.Y.C., before Moodgadget Records released the group's Speaks EP in 2009. The band's first album, Social Studies, came out in late 2011 on Om records. Their second album, the even more R&B- and dance-oriented Grammar, was released by Lavish Habits in late summer of 2013. ~ Jason Lymangrover, Rovi