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Two Fresh, Mux Mool, and Body Language @ 412 Market


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Where: 412 Market (412 Market Street, Chattanooga, TN)

Minimum Age: 18+

Type: Indoor - Club

Promoters: The Gallery Group

Genres: BreaksElectroHip HopLivetronica

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**||TWO FRESH||**


Two Fresh consists of twin brothers Sherwyn and Kendrick Nicholls and is accompanied live by drummer Colby Buckler. The twins have been making music since their freshman year of high school. In early December 2008 they added Colby on drums for the live setting. Collectively, they keep the whole place moving with a sound that fuses hip-hop and jazz with the intensity of uniquely styled live drums.

Two Fresh has come along way since grasping their sound. In October of 2009 the duo released their first EP "Baker's Dozen" on 1320 records. In January of 2010 they started LabCoat, a collective of artists out of Asheville, North Carolina, including Jables and Bookworm, who began experimenting with the use of collaborations in an effort to push the boundaries of all musical aspects. Currently working on more in depth tracks combining aspects of experimental music and hip hop, look out for new releases from Two Fresh at www.twofreshbeats.com, www.labcoated.com, www.1320records.com. Aside from their studio work, Two Fresh has built a massive following with their constant touring. Look for them to keep this up in 2010 with several tour dates in North America and Europe.

**||Body Language||**

Busy saving the city from the brick wall arm crossing and the casual head nods, Brooklyn's own Body Language has risen from the DIY venue basements armed with the kinetic dynamite you would expect from the name. Their original music was born from weekly dance party remixes crafted by Merck Records artists Grant Wheeler and Matt Young, and graced by the soul stylings of Ms. Angelica Bess. Their efforts, which illustrate their arrival in Brooklyn, are delivered in a five track EP called “Speaks” now out on Moodgadget Records.

Since the EP release, Body Language has been burning holes in New York City dance floors appearing with the likes of Passion Pit, School of Seven Bells, Theophilus London, We Have Band, Ninjasonik and Jimmy Edgar. This beat-driven crusade continues with an appearance at the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival featuring the Juan McClean, Designer Drugs and 33 Hz. Listeners should also expect some wonderful contributions from the trio with the hit, “Work this City”, appearing on Ghostly International's Nocturnal Suite, a free four-part 'Influences' DJ Set, as well as a “Speaks” Remix Compilation, featuring the likes of Toro y Moi and Machinedrum.

Originally coaxed to Brooklyn by fellow party-throwers, CassetteNYC and Percussionlab, Body Language quickly found a welcome soapbox from which they could yell loud and clear. Armed with synths, vocoder, glockenspiel, percussion, and three graceful voices, Body Language found themselves in demand at local events and parties. That demand extended beyond their own entity as a band, and they appeared as a live back up to Theophilus London dressed as 'the Lovers'. Body Language also served as production collaborators with Passion Pit for the inception of their debut LP, Manners. Body Language cut their teeth in the remix department, appearing on Passion Pit's “Chunk of Change” EP with a shimmering rendition of Sleepyhead (Landau Wake Up Mix) and Machinedrum's “Late Night Operation” EP featuring Theophilus London. Seeking to up the ante on their 2008 performances, the trio joined forces with Mickey Factz/T. London backing drummer, Ian Chang, during the turn of this year. The resulting quartet made what seemed already a locomotive electronic outfit into a sonic freight train of a crossover indie act.

These four body linguists are currently drafting up a five-track demo based on songs that for now, exist only in their live performances.