Time to indulge yourself with the groove at the most anticipated Underground Music Festival Body Language on March 4-6, 2022 in Arizona! This refreshing and innovative three day festival is organised by RBDeep, known as the sub-brand of Relentless Beats. Featuring some of the heaviest-hitters and legendary DJs like Carl Cox, Boris Brejcha and Adam Beyer, Kaskade in techno & house music, Body Language is geared towards those who love the grimy bass-heavy sounds, simple rhythm, dark and downtempo underground music. Well, grungy underground rave scene certainly has its appeal, but a big festival like this will definitely hit differently. If you’re someone that loves grooving to this house, techno and underground music, then be sure to check out the three day music festival Body Language.
Additional artists on the lineup include Dombresky b2b Noizu; Drezo; Eats Everything; Hannah Wants; Kasablanca; Kyle Watson; Malaa; Rebūke; Shiba San; Sohmi; Teenage Mutants; Township Rebellion, and Wax Motif. A massive phase 2 lineup will be announced in early 2022, featuring more of the hottest names in underground music, several that have never had a home in Arizona until now, to bolster this already stacked lineup.
Body Language is set to take place at Rawhide Event Center in Arizona and feature three stages, next-level experiences, and production that has become a calling card for recent Relentless Beats events. Three-Day ticket options go on sale Thursday, December 23 at 10 a.m. MT. All ticket types are available online at Body Language
Body Language is produced by Relentless Beats and RBDeep. Visit Body Language for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Twitter and Instagram at @BodyLanguageAZ and Facebook at www.facebook.com/BodyLanguageAZ. Body Language is an 18+ event.
Please see below DJs who will be headlining Body Language:
If you’re a fan of progressive house, melodic techno and trance then you’ve probably come across Boris Brejcha at some point. Boris Brejcha is a German DJ that doesn’t want to be put in a box and be associated with just one EDM genre or another. He describes his style as “high-tech minimal” which essentially means while he incorporates elements in genres like trance, house and techno into his tracks, his music has a very distinctive and innovative style. His music is very nuanced and innovative that it can’t be categorised as any of the mainstream genres. His music is a mix of everything including heavy basslines with hard kicks, a lot of melodies and vocals, funky groove and chord progressions. He often dons a mysterious venetian joker mask when he performs.
Swedish DJ Adam Beyer is another legend that started from the fertile Swedish underground and managed to take techno to truly global heights. Known for his percussion-heavy style of techno, his music often features booming and rough basslines, funky techno rhythms and dramatic breakdowns that give you a spine-tingling feeling. His fame can be traced back to the mid-90s when he started his label, Drumcode. Starting his own label allowed him to have a blueprint for who he was, and from there he started to hone in on techno which is the subgenre that he truly has a passion for.
Originally from Manchester, Carl Cox has been one of the most iconic and influential DJs in Techno of all time. His music taste and inspiration started from disco, rave groove movement to hip hop in the late 70s and early 80s. It wasn’t until the rave revolution and the rise of house music in the late 80s that he found his calling and niche. His career highlights include a 16-year residency at Ibiza’s Space, Ultra Miami, and hosting his own radio show broadcast to 17 million weekly listeners worldwide. As someone who played a crucial role in the emerging rave scene in the UK, Carl Cox was featured in an EDM documentary “What We Started” along with other pioneers like Martin Garrix, Afrojack, and Tiesto.