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Movement makes bedroom music that can also move a dance floor
Movement makes bedroom music that can also move a dance floor

For all the artists making sexually charged and sonically progressive R&B today, there's usually been one catch - it's music for the bedroom, not the nightclub. Maybe "2 On" can turn your party up, but most of the work being done by FKA Twigs, Kelela, Tinashe, Arca and others is meant to be isolating and overpowering, and not meant for a dance floor. The Sydney trio Movement, however, has hit a perfect chord between the sonics of narcotic body music and the demands of a club crowd that's out to find someone to share it with.   A track like "Ivory" has the doomed sub-bass, foggy synth samples and pitch-affected vocals that define this moment in...

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