There are (kind of) two artists who perform under the name Yellow Fever: 1) Yellow Fever changed their name to YellowFever(no space, capital 'F'), and are now known as Deep Time. http://www.myspace.com/yellerfever 2) Yellow Fever combined Rock’n Roll music with Latin and Reggae rhythms. The act played together between 1994 - 2004. It was during a Summer in the early 90's that Alex Svenson-Metés, the band’s main song-writer and singer, returned from a Summer job as a cowboy in Colombia with an idea in mind; to combine some Latin sounds he had heard while working in Latin America with traditional alternative rock. The result was Yellow Fever. The band released a limited EP in Sweden with Escapade Music in 1997. It then led to a full-length album “Listen Here” (Deaf N’ Dumb) released in 1998. The band’s single "No Sense" rotated on several Swedish radio programs and was even included in a successful Swedish film in 1999 (Vuxna Människor). The band appeared at many of the country’s rock clubs and festivals thru the years. The bands last album “Tremolina” (Undertow Records) was released in 2001, recorded with LA resident producer R. Chris Murphy (credits range from Grammy winning Chucho Valdés and Irakere to R. Fripps’ King Crimson). “Tremolina” spawned 3 singles in Scandinavia and Latin America, and contains one of the songs used for the US collage flim Repli-Kate. On the international front, in 1999 the band went to the Beny Moré festival in Cuba by invitation of the salsa king Isaac Delgado where they played the famed Karl-Marx Theater. This was followed up with a small US tour that included NXNW (Portland, OR) and SXSW (Austin,TX) as well as gigs in New York City and an opening slot for Sugar Ray at the main stage of the Philadelphia College Fest. In 2002 the band went on a tour to Latvia and Estonia together with the band and their friends - The Mo. Alex Svenson-Metés formed the band - Radio LXMBRG in 2002 including another member from YF - Karl Alfred Nilsson and members from an unbelievable mix of bands such as: Venus Outback, Doktor Kosmos and Calle Real. Yellow Fever appeared for the last time at a full house Debaser (Stockholm) in April 2004.