If Indiana smalltown garage rockers The McCoys should be known for any one song, it should be “Fever”. Although most would recognize them for the more poppy, clean-cut, sing-songy, “Hang On, Sloopy”, “Fever” proves to be the former’s leather jacket-wearing older brother in song form.
Although “Fever” opens with virtually the same snare and guitar riffs as its more famed counterpart, there are slight, yet fundamental musical differences that set this sultry tune apart. There are fewer answer-response vocals and less conspicuous saxophone. What really packs a hell of a punch in this song are the slower tempos, collar-loosening lyrics, and go-go dancers, guaranteed to make you hot and bothered during this live performance on Hullabaloo A-Go-Go.
Light Walls House by mA-style Architects. Perimeter skylights throw light across a grid of exposed wooden ceiling beams inside this home by Japanese studio mA-style Architects. Positioned in a shady location between two neighbouring buildings in Aichi, Japan, the wooden house couldn’t have many windows, so skylights were added around each side of the flat roof.