San Francisco's BoyJazz believe in two things: "Party hearty and don't be tardy" and "Don't bore us, get to the chorus." Their fuzzed-out brand of arena rock for indie kids was born in 2002 when the duo Sexmouth (Adam Hobbs) and Supertouch (Aaron Levin) dubbed their studio collaboration BoyJazz. Hedonistic hard rockers like "Potfinger" and "Stank on the Halo" became key tracks on their debut, In the City Tonight, which the Frenetic label released in 2004. By the end of the year the album's "Lookin for You" was featured in the video game Dance Dance Revolution Ultra Mix 2 and BoyJazz had become a full-fledged live band with Eric "Stiff Digits" Murray on lead guitar, "Masculine" Dan Brubaker on rhythm guitar, and Alex "Clay Hunt" Pauley on bass. ~ David JeffriesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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