Tuesday, December 04, 2007


I've been listening to Austin's own indie pop outfit YellowFever (no space) off and on for a few months, but never got around to making a proper entry about them until just now. I could probably sit and listen to YellowFever for hours on end, if only they had hours worth of material available. As it stands now they've released a couple of EPs and a 7'', including the newest release of "Cats and Rats" via Hugpatch Records.

A quick search returns some high praise for their simplistic pop creations, such as "Destined for great sounds", "An infectious combination", "Pretty damn awesome", and "One of our favorite EPs." It's hard to turn on some YellowFever and not start humming along instantly. Just try it for yourself. The first track is from the new EP, the second is from the self-titled, and the third from the Culver City 7''.
Try to catch them live around Austin sometime, and grab some tunes via the myspace.