|Origin:||United Kingdom Australia|
|Current Members:||Dylan Burns|
BodyRockers are an electronic music act, consisting of British/Australian duo Dylan Burns (from Canterbury) and Kaz James (from Melbourne). The pair came together in early 2004 after a chance meeting between Dylan and Kaz in Australia. The pair first started with Dylan playing his guitar over Kaz's rocky DJ set. They claimed the chemistry was instant.
They are mostly known for their hit song "I Like the Way (You Move)", loosely based on Billy Idol's hit "Mony Mony", released in 2005. The song reached #3 on the UK Singles Chart ; #12 on the Australian ARIA singles chart. ; and made the Top 20 on both the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play and Hot Dance Airplay charts.  The duo formed only about six months before they released the song, in Australia. They released their eponymous album, BodyRockers, in the same year.
In 2005, the BodyRockers have been on a world-wide tour, visiting USA, Australia, Russia, Spain, Germany, France, Dubai, and elsewhere. They play regularly at many London night spots. They performed "I Like The Way (You Move)" at the closing ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.
During the 2006 Fifa World Cup in Germany, a commercial by Hyundai played "I Like The Way (You Move)".The song "I Like The Way (You Move)" was used extensively by America's Got Talent in 2006 and was used by Leonid the Magnificent on his Wild Card Performance on America's Got Talent.
"I Like The Way (You Move)" was used also in a 2006 Diet Coke commercial with actors dancing to the song while drinking the product, making the song a cult hit on websites like Youtube.com. More recently, the song was featured in a commercial for UK discount clothing store Ethel Austin.
The "BodyRockers" album failed to make the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart but was popular on the dance charts and in nightclubs throughout Australia in 2005. A second single "Round and Round" (which sounded very similar to ZZ Top's "Gimme All Your Lovin'") reached #35 in November 2005. No other singles were released under the BodyRockers name.
The BodyRockers appeared at the Canterbury Christ Church University summer ball in June 2007. The song was also the opening song for the 2005 Victoria Secret fashion show.