Show Me the Body Exhumes Pent Up Audience Fervor with Energetic LA Show

Show Me The Body in LA - Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta
Show Me The Body in LA - Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta

Photos and Review by CAMERON ACOSTA

Hailing from New York City, Show Me The Body gave Los Angeles the release fans so anxiously needed with their unique sound consisting of a mix of New York Hardcore and Noise.

Show Me The Body takes over LA – Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta

Their aggressive and explosive energy is only accentuated by their unconventional approach to hardcore. Julian Pratt’s  intense vocals are accompanied by his sharp distorted banjo. Harlan Steed provides low end support and harsh noise with bass, synth and assortment of nasty pedals.

Show Me The Body - Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta
Show Me The Body – Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta

Jackie Jackieboy’s thunderous drums lock this three piece together to create a cacophony that forcibly extracts energy from the crowd.

Show Me The Body – Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta

Show Me The Body left no shirt dry as the crowd turned from a group of individuals to a congealed pile of bodies, moving and pulsing almost as one entity as the band practically became the life blood that drove the energy.

Show Me The Body puts on a wild show in LA – Photo © 2021 Cameron Acosta

The latest release for Show Me The Body is the record Survive, released earlier this year on Loma Vista Recordings.