Vacationer, Body Language

Brooklyn Bowl and Golden Ratio Present

Vacationer

Body Language

Terry Urban

Sat, March 2, 2013

Doors: 11:30 pm / Show: 11:59 pm

This event is 21 and over

Advanced tickets to this event are sold out. We will have a limited amount of admissions available at the box office starting at 11:30pm on the night of the show. All admissions at the door will be first come first serve, one ticket per customer, with no re entry. $10 at the door, cash only.

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Vacationer
Vacationer
Most people do not take vacations often enough, some not at all. Quality vacations let us recapture that feeling of childlike exploratory freedom, which we seem to experience less and less frequently as we age. We can have fun without worrying about the familiar consequences presented to us regularly in life. Taking a good amount of time away from our daily stresses allows us to return to our lives refreshed and better equipped to handle whatever comes next.

The eastern seaboard’s foremost relaxation specialists have teamed up to compile this unique collection of serenity-inducing sonic arrangements. The audio program you are about to experience was designed with the sole purpose of relaxing the listener and sending their mind on a well-deserved trip. No airfare needed, no reservations. Simply settle in, relax and enjoy; Vacation from anywhere at anytime.
Body Language
Body Language
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, who compared the breakout release to early Madonna, the indie disco of Prelude Records and “CSS doing an impression of Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band”— Body Language is ready to release their sophomore album, "The Grammar LP". Like Social Studies, this sophomore release embodies the band's restless pop experiments with a future-shocked blend of soul and R&B.
Or as multi-instrumentalist/producer Grant Wheeler puts 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.” As evidenced in “Lose My Head”—a floor-filler that’s driven by late ‘70s funk licks and diamond-encrusted keys to the wobbly synth lines and Motown inspired chorus of "I'm a Mess", versatility and collaboration is the core of Body Language’s creative process, which often starts in the home studio Grant shares with singer/fellow producer Matt Young, only to be fleshed out even further with drummer Ian Young and singer/glockenspiel player Angelica Bess.
“Everyone has their part,” insists Matt. “In fact, certain people come to our shows to see different performers. I kinda like to think of it as a circus.” Body Language’s outside projects make that circus even more interesting, from Ian’s live drumming for Matthew Dear and Angelica’s vocals on Sepalcure’s “Outside the Lines”, which was featured in the critically acclaimed film 'Black Swan' to Grant and Matt’s co-production/writing credits for such rising artists as Passion Pit, Machinedrum and Vacationer; a recurring collaborator Matt Young describes as “like Body Language if you stripped the R&B and soul parts out, took it down 30 BPM, and gave it a Mai Tai on the beach.”
Body Language has long proven they are more than just a synth dance band. Live they keep you on the dancefloor 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 and The Hood Internet. Their most recent tour with Vacationer was a blow out that included a sell out performance at New York's Brooklyn Bowl. With spring and summer dates lined up and numerous DJ sets sprinkled in the pipeline the band is sure to turn it up in 2013.
Terry Urban
Terry Urban
Terry Urban (yes, that is his real name) has been making waves throughout the DJ and mixtape circuit since he burst onto the scene. From Hong Kong to Houston, Terry has smashed clubs worldwide, and his now infamous mixtapes and mash-ups have received accolades from such greats as Coldplay and Jay-Z.

The diverse nature of Terry’s craft lies beyond music and in the greater world of art and culture. Terry’s semi-pro skating stint, art school and graffiti background influence his sound and can be heard through out his eclectic mixes that blend hip hop with punk with electro with rock. This flexibility has major corporations and records labels clamoring for him, such as Nike, Jimmy Choo and Microsoft, and has garnered the appreciation of celebrity fans, like LeBron James, Quentin Tarantino and Kanye West.

As a New York City resident, Terry rocks the crowd at the city’s best nightlife establishments, as well as monthly parties across the country and overseas. He continues to produce the most critically acclaimed mixtapes in the world and host tapes for the best up-and-coming artists today.

Like the tattoos on his arms, Terry Urban has engrained himself into the very being of today’s culture. He brings true artistry to every performance and ensures that every party is properly rocked. Just ask for him by name: Terry Urban.