I’m in the midst of composing a massive overview/review of Alex Body’s output (three different releases) since his solo debut, Just Say Yes, was released back in January of this year, and he went ahead and tacked one more track on the heap: “Blood Orange.”
Since he just done gone and broke us off with one more cut, I’m not going to include it in my massive 1000-word review (coming later this week), I’m just going to point you in the direction of the new track and introduce my new segment: Fresh Jamz.
“Blood Orange” chugs along more than the trippy, glitchy rhythms Body has largely embraced. The track also finds Body’s triple-tracked voice creating a unified choir rather than the crazy, dischordant structures he often featured in prior songs. Body channels some Animal Collective, tribal freak-folk with this one.

Alex Body’s been super generous of late, hooking up almost all of his tuneage for $FREE.99 on his bandcamp site. You can score “Blood Orange,” download the entirety of Just Say Yes and Little Hazey, stream his latest, Culture of Closed Doors, and cop select tracks from his recently released Night-People Records cassette, Chief of Time and Frequency at the link above. That’s a boat-load of free music to help you get into the fall mood.