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"Fever Pitch"

sKamper fuses electronica with Brit-pop for a rather unique and refreshing sound. They say that they’re influenced by Foetus and I readily agree. The songs tell tales that you feel like you understand and just when you feel like you “totally get it” you realize you haven’t been paying enough attention to the eclectic almost New Wave music. But its these interesting distractions that will have you re-listening and re-listening. You’ll say “I didn’t know the guy from B-52’s was in this band”, when you listen to the chorus of “Invisible” and then will in walk the odd rap part and you’ll just shrug your shoulders. Then you’ll stop analyzing realizing you don’t care, cuz it’s good.
- J-Sin -


Yesterday (single) 2003
Fever Pitch (EP) 2004

Samples of all released and a few unreleased songs are available at

The single "Yesterday" received airplay on several London based internet radio stations.

Clear Channel and Invisible (from Fever Pitch) were licensed by MTV for use on two of their reality dating shows.

Songs from Fever Pitch are currently being added to radio station playlists in several cities.



Dark and hypnotic, sonic and spastic, sKamper turns these musical corners as swiftly as that sedan you traded in for your SUV three years ago… which was right about the time that founding member and songwriter Lawrence Lewis returned to his hometown of Los Angeles after performing a string of dates in the UK with the first incarnation of the band.
Since then, sKamper has setteled on a raucous US lineup and released their homemade ep Fever Pitch on LouiPimps Records, which was well received by college and indie radio stations across the nation. Their angular and crafty british pop-esque sound has been hooking music fans in LA and surrounding areas ever since.
The controlled chaos has continued to grow and mature as the band has been busy working in the studio crafting their full-length release tentatively entitled “Killing the Commander”. Demo versions of tracks “Thieves” and “Number 9” have already been heard on independent airwaves and across the internet, and the band is anxious to take the new songs on the road as they take a break from the studio.