Mackinac Peaches, an indie-rock band from Detroit, Michigan, deliver a uniquely driven sound with elaborate high-end guitar shimmers, accentuated by multiple-part harmonies. By mixing folk, indie and experimental rock the band achieves a developed garage sound, from a tiny basement off of 14 mile road and Woodward. Through deep arpeggiated riffs and rhythms their songs increase in heaviness and intensity.
The band consists of John O’Neill (vocals, percussion), Adam Seme (stringed instruments, vocals, engineer), Joey Petruska (stringed instruments, keyboards, vocals), Kevin Lernowich (keyboards, vocals) and Joe McCormick (bass). After many years of knowing each other and their respective talents, they decided to form Mackinac Peaches in 2012.
All of their music is proudly written, produced, recorded, engineered and mastered by themselves in their basement. Even this website, including the artwork, was created in their basement!
Update: (11/7/13) We are very proud to release the final mastered version of Floating Fever; download it below! Please let us know what you think of the song on our Facebook page!
Floating Fever (166) (192 kbps)
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We really appreciate you taking the time to listen the songs we create in our basement. We love providing our music for free on the website; but if you would like to donate to the Mackinac Peaches we have provided a few donation options below. Thanks!
Update (11/2/13): The tracks have been mastered and are now complete! Our album artwork is being designed now and vinyls will soon be pressed! Sorry for the long delay, but the release day is getting closer!
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