News

Premiere: Body Language - “Really Love” Video

"Really Love" 7-inch Out Now Via B3SCI

Feb 25, 2015

We're happy to premiere the new music video from electronic-dance group Body Language. The video is for their new single, "Really Love," which was just released as a 7-inch by B3SCI. More

Jul 08, 2013

Brooklyn electro-dance quartet Body Language have announced the release of their sophomore album, Grammar. More

Sep 14, 2012

Following up last year's excellent Social Studies debut, New York synth-pop quartet Body Language will soon release a new EP entitled Grammar on Sept. 18 through Lavish Habits. More

Greetings from Body Language at Under the Radar’s SXSW 2012 Party

Checking in From Flamingo Cantina in Austin, Texas

Mar 14, 2012

Body Language check in from the Under the Radar SXSW Party in Austin, Texas. More

Body Language – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight

Under the Radar's SXSW Parties Kick Off March 14 at Flamingo Cantina

Mar 01, 2012

On March 14 Under the Radar will host the first of three free SXSW Day parties sponsored by PRS Guitars. Leading up to the event we're letting you know about each artist playing. Today we're spotlighting Body Language. More

Under the Radar Announces Three SXSW Day Parties: of Montreal to Perform The Sunlandic Twins

Lineup Also Includes Chairlift, The Drums, Reggie Watts, Deerhoof, Bear in Heaven, Youth Lagoon, La Sera, Taken By Trees, and more

Feb 29, 2012

Under the Radar magazine is excited to reveal the full lineups, poster, and set times for its three SXSW 2012 day parties, taking place on Wednesday, March 14th, Thursday, March 15th, and Friday, March 16th. The Friday party, which is presented by Shure, will feature headliner of Montreal performing their beloved 2004 album The Sunlandic Twins in its entirety, the only SXSW 2012 performance of the album. The lineup also includes ChairliftThe DrumsReggie WattsDeerhoofBear in HeavenYouth LagoonLa SeraTaken By Trees, and more. More

Feb 29, 2012

New York chillwave quartet Body Language have announced a brief East Coast tour this March in support of their debut record Social Studies. More


Interviews

Body Language

Disco From Deep Space

Jan 26, 2012

Body Language’s squiggly, headphone-worthy electro-soul feels very... 2011-ish. Social Studies, the band’s excellent EP (with its sugary synth pads and smooth percussion), may harken back to the glistening, disco-lite pop of the early ’80s, but the songs seem linked genetically to this decade, if for no other reason than the music press’s fascination with genre trends.  More