Brooklyn indie rock and roll quintet Harlem Shakes are vocalist Lexy Benaim, guitarist Todd Goldstein (who also information solo as Hands), bassist Jose Soegaard, keyboardist Kendrick Strauch, and drummer Brent Katz. Mining a garage area rock sound frequently set alongside the Strokes, the group shaped in 2003 and was called following the bandmembers’ preferred dance move. After playing around NEW YORK and starting for the Walkmen, Clap THE HANDS Say Yeah, as well as the Fiery Furnaces, Harlem Shakes finally self-released a debut EP, Burning up Birthdays, in Feb 2007. The record collected positive reviews and lots of blog-generated hype, and gained the music group an opening slot machine on the Deerhoof tour. The band’s 1st full-length recording, Technicolor Health, premiered in March of 2009 on Gigantic Music.