Show Me The Body has unveiled a fresh take on some of their songs from the 2022 full-length album Trouble The Water through an EP of remixes. Leading up to the release, Show Me The Body shared a taste of the remix album with “Food From Plate (Coochie Mix)” by Detroit ghettotech trio HiTech. The reworked version of “Food From Plate” arrived on the heels of the video to the original album version, which was directed by Dennis Wornick. Trouble The Water – Remixes is now available via Loma Vista Recordings.
Adding to the excitement, the trio recently hosted a free show at New York City’s Tompkins Square Park in partnership with their label CORPUS, drawing hundreds of enthusiastic fans on a Friday afternoon. Show Me The Body made a stir with their cover of the Beastie Boys’ classic “Sabotage,” and a captivating performance of their fan-favoUrite “Trash” from their 2017 Corpus I mixtape.
The Trouble The Water remixes exhibit Show Me The Body’s diverse influences, blending their original works with elements such as drum and bass beats, hypnotic chopped and screwed energy, and crunchy guitars. This fusion gives rise to a fresh collection of music within the Show Me The Body canon.
The remixes feature Pink Siifu, Michael “5000” Watts (known for Swishahouse), Slauson Malone 1, and Psymun with RXKNephew.
Coming off the back of their successful and epic World War Tour earlier this year, Show Me The Body will head to the West Coast to perform with The Garden for a string of nine shows beginning in Oakland on October 14th with stops in Portland, Seattle, Boise, Reno and Phoenix, before wrapping up in San Diego on October 26th. Tickets available HERE.
Released at the end of last year, Trouble The Water is Show Me The Body’s fourth full- length and includes the anthemic tracks “WW4,” “Loose Talk,” which came paired with a video directed by front man Julian Cashwan Pratt, and “We Came To Play.” The 12-track album was recorded entirely at CORPUS studios in Long Island City and produced with Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Turnstile, Municipal Waste). Trouble The Water is the culmination of nearly a decade’s time barreling against New York City’s structural ambivalence and indifference. The tracks of Trouble The Water both reference and pay homage to the physical city, and the New York Sound: not one particular genre, but the people and subcultures that encapsulate its true foundation.
About Show Me The Body
SHOW ME THE BODY is a hardcore trio with an ecclesiastical twist. It was founded by Julian Cashwan Pratt (banjo and vocals) and Harlan Steed (bass), with Jackie McDermott currently on drums.
Formed in 2009, the band has launched a few EPs and two influential studio albums: ‘Body War’ in 2016 and the previously mentioned ‘Dog Whistle’ in 2019. Since 2015, they have been creating unconventional DIY spaces for New York City’s young people. Their impactful live performances, blending punk and hip-hop, along with their CORPUS NYC platform, have allowed them to extend their work globally.
By actively nurturing their chosen families both locally and globally, SHOW ME THE BODY has spent a decade dedicated to preserving the New York Sound. Their efforts have established a lasting legacy of challenging and transforming the strict boundaries of the hardcore genre.
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