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Dance Yourself Clean

When: Fri., Sept. 18, 9 p.m. 2015
Price: $20
Night of EDM with "Dance Yourself Clean - The Tour" and "Body Language" Comes to the Mateel September 18th! On Friday, Septemeber 18th, the Mateel Community Center presents an evening of electronic dance music with Indie Rock's "Dance Yourself Clean - The Tour". Featuring Lights & Music DJs with Collaj, plus band sets by "Body Language" and "Powers". Fresh off the success of last year’s Social Studies LP—which earned the approval of everyone from NPR to The New York Times to The Guardian, the Brooklyn based electro-dance quartet, Body Language is ready to reveal its sophomore album, Grammar. Like Social Studies, this sophomore release embodies the band’s restless pop experiments with a future-shocked blend of soul and R&B. This year’s early premiere of tracks like “Lose My Head”—a floor-filler that’s driven by late ‘70s funk licks and diamond-encrusted keys to the wobbly synth lines and the Motown inspired chorus of “I’m a Mess” show that continued versatility and collaboration is the core of Body Language’s creative process. Like their previous release, this album began in the home studio Grant shares with singer/fellow producer Matt Young and was further fleshed out with drummer Ian Young and singer/glockenspiel player Angelica Bess. Live, they keep you on the dance floor and word of mouth spreads fast as they are now known to sell out most NYC venues. They have played shows with Sia, Janelle Monae, The Hood Internet and co-headlined with Vacationer. Doors open at 8pm with opening act at 9pm and music til 1am. Tickets are $20 and expected to sell quickly for this show, so get yours now- before its too late!



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