Body Type | 03/16/2019

 

We were still giddy from Pottery’s meticulously unhinged performance when label-mates Body Type pulled in to close out our 2019 SXSW lineup.

Cecil, Sophie, Georgia and Annabel came to music later than most (Body Type is the first band for all of them) but they owned the room with a wholly unique, catchy, and sophisticated indie-pop that put a perfect bow on a week of amazing music, at times they even wandering into prog territory. Bassist Anabelle seemed to channel a bit of the late Chris Squire throughout, and the group even invoked some early Genesis  around the 3:15 mark in Stingray. ~David Rice

Body Type | 03/16/2019        

We were still giddy from Pottery’s meticulously unhinged performance when label-mates Body Type pulled in to close out our 2019 SXSW lineup.

Cecil, Sophie, Georgia and Annabel came to music later than most (Body Type is the first band for all of them) but they owned the room with a wholly unique, catchy, and sophisticated indie-pop that put a perfect bow on a week of amazing music, at times they even wandering into prog territory. Bassist Anabelle seemed to channel a bit of the late Chris Squire throughout, and the group even invoked some early Genesis  around the 3:15 mark in Stingray. ~David Rice

Body Type | 03/16/2019

  

We were still giddy from Pottery’s meticulously unhinged performance when label-mates Body Type pulled in to close out our 2019 SXSW lineup.

Cecil, Sophie, Georgia and Annabel came to music later than most (Body Type is the first band for all of them) but they owned the room with a wholly unique, catchy, and sophisticated indie-pop that put a perfect bow on a week of amazing music, at times they even wandering into prog territory. Bassist Anabelle seemed to channel a bit of the late Chris Squire throughout, and the group even invoked some early Genesis  around the 3:15 mark in Stingray. ~David Rice

Body Type | 03/16/2019

  

We were still giddy from Pottery’s meticulously unhinged performance when label-mates Body Type pulled in to close out our 2019 SXSW lineup.

Cecil, Sophie, Georgia and Annabel came to music later than most (Body Type is the first band for all of them) but they owned the room with a wholly unique, catchy, and sophisticated indie-pop that put a perfect bow on a week of amazing music, at times they even wandering into prog territory. Bassist Anabelle seemed to channel a bit of the late Chris Squire throughout, and the group even invoked some early Genesis  around the 3:15 mark in Stingray. ~David Rice