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Body/Head are an electric guitar duo composed of Kim Gordon (CKM, Sonic Youth, Free Kitten, etc.) and Bill Nace (X.O.4, Vampire Belt, Ceylon Mange, etc.) They began working together in various loose formats a few years ago, but the Body/Head concept evolved more specifically in early 2012. Their album Coming Apart was released via Matador Records on September 10, 2013.


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  • interhole

    i can listen to kim moaning and groaning all day

    19 Nov 1:06pm Reply
  • AndAgainAnd

    I don't feel that bad over the end of Sonic Youth anymore. Sour still, but Body/Head is my way to recovery.

    18 Oct 6:54pm Reply
  • Nimbie

    and yeah they definitely remind me of some more elegant Dead C

    14 Oct 1:12pm Reply
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  • Mrmuck3r

    woof woof!

    15 Sep 8:48pm Reply
  • swishyBrainzees

    Boston Hassle has a fest the first week of Nov featuring Body/Head. cant wait. (no joy is showing up too, if anyone cares, is in the area, HOLY SHIT THIS MIGHT RULE)

    11 Sep 12:18am Reply
  • scottdoesntknow

    @sunheadbowed, it's indescribable almost, isn't it? I just saw Swans this last weekend which was on par with the Body/Head show in terms of intensity for me, but I still recall that show (it was around exactly this time exactly last year, when they released Coming Apart), and I think had a greater affect on me than even Swans did live. I was front row at Swans too, five feet from M. Gira, who was amazing of course, but Kim was just bewitching to me in a way that was totally unexpected; I've never felt the way I did during/after that concert before or since. I left that Body/Head show with an internal, psychological, emotional electricity that I didn't even know existed.

    9 Sep 8:34am Reply
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  • sunheadbowed

    Yeah I know what you mean, scottdoesntknow. I saw Body/Head at Primavera Sound last week in a venue with incredible sound and I was sitting right in front of Kim in the front row. It was so powerful I was really moved by it..

    7 Jun 8:24pm Reply
  • Horse_Deceased

    The best post-hiatus Sonic Youth related project, as it is consistently wonderful all the way through.

    6 Jun 5:50am Reply
  • lukas822

    This is amazing!

    19 Apr 6:30pm Reply
  • Nochek

    the Sound.

    11 Mar 5:35am Reply
  • campbell-davitt

    This is super great, it reminds of their early psychedelic days. I miss Thurston but, I am always happy with Kim.

    11 Feb 10:03pm Reply
  • scottdoesntknow

    I still am not totally over their live show I saw in September. It has trumped just about any concert experience I've ever had, including seeing Hole in the flesh, which is saying something considering they are hands down my favorite band of all time... but... there was something beyond words about Body/Head. Maybe being like one foot away from Kim Gordon was what really enhanced the experience?

    26 Jan 8:37am Reply
  • sunheadbowed

    It's hilarious how people don't understand the record. Go listen to some fucking Dead C and Keiji Haino then come back to us.

    6 Jan 2:43pm Reply
  • PatroFloyd

    Body/Head review on: Reseña de Body/Head en

    4 Jan 6:08pm Reply
  • PatroFloyd

    Such an horrible album.

    21 Dec 2013 Reply
  • affasf

    good to know that Glenn Branca still influences music.

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
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