Raw Deal Presents: The Frantic Fevers
The crazy garage punk explosion "The Frantic Fevers" + local Shanghai acts The Macaronians, Round eye, DJ Snaff O'hara
Who: The crazy garage punk explosion "The Frantic Fevers"!
Support: The Macaronians, Round eye, DJ Snaff O'hara.
When: Saturday September 15th
Raw Deal brings the craziest garage punk explosion "The Frantic Fevers" (formerly known as The Fevers) back to China more than a year after their last memorable visit at Yuyintang for Trash a Gogo!
The Frantic Fevers
The Fevers were formed in Kobe, Japan in 2010 when their vocalist Marty were looking for a new band and hooked up with former punk band "Vacuum"s bassist Junkie Fever and guitarist Tommy Fever. Together with the super drummer Yokkon Forever, the Fevers started their rock'n'roll adventure who were to impact Japans underground garage/punk scene.
They are this year releasing an LP vinyl from awesome underground garage/punk label "Deadbeat records" in US, and due to their first LP release, they changed their name from The Fevers to "The Frantic Fevers"! Their music is influenced by Elvis Presley, Joan Jett, Ramones, Teengenerate, Guitar Wolf, etc..
The Macaronians play 60s rock & pop inspired happy, funny party tunes. These Shanghai based retro-lovers are ready to give you a new night to remember with their squealing organ and groovy rhythm. They will give you a feel good party set thats gonna make you wanna shake your hips and rock your toes all into the morning hours!
The sexiest, hairiest, loudest and most near sighted band in the land of China. Behold... Round Eye!
DJ Snaff O'hara
This vintage loving DJ will bring you the best 50s and 60s sounds that will make your feet go wild and your body swingin'! If u love rock'n'roll or that old-school rhythm, her beat makes dancing hard to resist!!
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