Two piece band from Seattle Fever Down River is out with their garage soul and rock & roll album ‘Duo’
Fever Down River is the “musical crockpot lovechild made of the long-time friends and collaborators Michael Parent and Cameron Peck”, as they say. The mission of this bass and drum duo is to express their eclectic songwriting, declined in various tastes of styles and blending a wide range of musical genres, without boundaries to their creative horizons.
Their latest release in the debut EP titled ‘Duo’, a collection of 6 groovy and rocking tracks, which the band refer to as garage rock, but that sounds like something of a next level.
For some “unknow” reason, to the old ears of who’s writing this short post, this EP seems to scream “Led Zeppelin” with every note, especially on the 4th track ‘That Ain’t Me’. There’s no need to go into any investigative reports, because the sound of ‘Duo’ is compelling, of a remarkable quality and has the right groove.
Just enough to make Fever Down River stand spans above the background noise of a lot of disposable music. That’s reason enough to give ‘Duo’ a try.
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