Fever Feel is an original rock and roll band of 2016, founded by primary songwriters Landon Franklin and Logan Gabert. However, they are much more than just a group of musicians. Fever Feel is a culture, a movement, and part of a new age for rock and roll music.
“There are some rare acts who craft their art from a place of deep introspection that the listener is able to feel in their core. Fever Feel is one of these bands.” – Beatroute Magazine
Causing listeners to dance and sing, then lose all control with their captivating visions of a simpler time, Fever Feel’s sound is comprised of emotionally dynamic, groove-filled compositions that lay the foundation for Franklin’s thought provoking poetry. Gabert’s guitar leads, abounding in both power and delicacy, soar with an enigmatic finesse. These make way for Platt’s equally compelling organ tones, which are shrouded in subtlety, yet executed violently. Together they shine like a moonlit night, contrasting the bands tight rhythm section led by Franklin and his melodic bass playing.
“The easy listening flow of Fever Feel is orchestrated with the ability to pull anyone to the deepest depths of any ocean and without a second thought shoot them off spiralling into the outermost reaches of the known universe.” – So Taste Music Review
Formed in 2014, this Calgary-based 4-piece has quickly become one of the Canada's most exciting up-and-coming bands. Over the past year, the group has been hard at work playing their way coast to coast across the great nation of Canada. Having added organist Thomas Platt to their line-up in early 2015, the addition has taken the band’s already captivating experience to even greater heights. They continue to progress not only within of the world’s blossoming underground rock and roll music scene, but overflow quite seamlessly into the realm of popular music culture. The band is expected to release their much-anticipated debut LP sometime in 2016.
The trio formed in early 2014 on the eastside of Portland, OR.Since then, they have been molding and refining their "upbeat garage-bred psych pop sound" that has been described as "drenched in a reverberated wave of twinkling guitar" with "subtle yet pounding" rhythms laying the foundation.With a song recorded in March of 2014 and a recently released self-titled EP, The Tamed West is already planning their next project.
We'll be doing a guitar amp on stage right, bass amp stage left. Drums will be the headliners, except snare. There will be high hats, small crash, big crash, and a ride. One singer- mic will be plugged into on-stage vocal echo