Modern day wannabe playboys with a zest for intrigue, methodical desire for the misled, oft inappropriate behaviour, musical nuances deeper than most & more concerned with the party itself than playing the latest re-edit dross or message board single of the week.... think grace jones b sides, nu groove bangers, sketchy Italian house, romantic techno, blues and dubious french pop songs all coming together in a play list that the boys would happily describe as awkward.
And the parties. Holy shit.
Formed with the thought that there has got to be something with more heart, adventure, drama than the grubby, book a big DJ, ram them in, warm beer, warehouse parties and 'super' clubs prevalent at the time.
A chance encounter over an old prelude record led down a slippery pole of depravity from which came the now infamous Love Fever parties. The two years of their famed travelling discotheque has helped breathe life back into the staid London club scene.
www.lovefever.org for more info, pics and party news.
Feted by many, hated by some, Love Fever make no bones about their lack of respect for most of their contemporaries in the London scene, and are more cocktail bars and gentleman's attire on their downtime.