BioHot new San Francisco band have just released their debut album on their own label. Singer Jeff Fare, also known as DJ Jefrodesiac, describes their sound as "dance fuck explosion".
The new CD The Young and the Guest List sees Paradise Boys expand on recent 12”s, coming together with a diverse, well rounded album, packed with floor filling party anthems, early morning tracks, some moody electronic pieces, and even a straight ahead punk rock jam. Recorded live, with dance music legend Jonah Sharp aka Space Time Continuum, the punk roots from which the founding members Jeff Fare and Bertie Pearson come from truly shine through with added touches of drum machines and electronics. Pearson has gone back to his percussionist roots; recording the drum tracks for the album, after drummer Christian Beujean’s move to New York to be in synth act Soviet. Guitar work form Lewis Pesacov and vocals by future indie diva Liz Handly round out the album. The results is a truly unique piece of work highlighting the bands talents and touching on their eclectic influences; soon to be a favorite of all types of music fans.
The Young and the Guest List release also coincides with PrinceHouse Record’s reissue of The Calculators, and early effort in collaboration between Jeff Fare and The Rapture’s Luke and Vito.
Paradise Boys have rounded out their line-up for live shows adding Andrew Burmester on bass, Luis Pesacov on guitar, and Sasha Hutchinson on percussion and keys. Be on the lookout for a US tour in early 2004 in support of the new album.