Fever High

"The Brooklyn duo - comprising singers/multi-instrumentalists Anna Nordeen and Reni Lane – sound like The Bangles if they’d been more into 1980s dance music than ’60s guitar music. "Tantalized" could be played back to back with Our Lips Are Sealed by The Go-Go’s; That’s So Typical is iridescent and infectious indie funk worthy of The Waitresses; and Looks Good on Paper sounds like something Bananarama might have come up with while Robert De Niro was waiting for them in 1984."

- Paul Lester, The Guardian

"Here’s an inoculation against mansplaining or, indeed, any unnecessary, overconfident, ill-informed recommendations. Harking back to danceable post-punk like ESG, Fever High — the Brooklyn duo of Anna Nordeen and Reni Lane — sing insouciantly over a terse piano riff and a boom-bap beat that 'I don’t need your good advice/I can do this by myself,' elaborating a bit in the verses and concluding with an anti-patriarchal 'I wish that I could shut down your system.'”

- Jon Pareles, The New York Times

Past Groups:


Other Skills



Date Location Info Links
2.9.18 The National Arts Club Jill Stuart NYFW Performance
(invite only)

Past Events

Date Location Info Links
1.12.18 KGB Red Room
New York, NY
JABLONSKY Birthday Performance w/ Marcellus Hall & The Happy Fits -
10.7.17 Le Tigre
Paris, FR
JABLONSKY International Debut w/ Brian Hill & Thomas Baignères -
8.11.17 Berlin
New York, NY
JABLONSKY at the Entire Universe NYC Residency -


Reni at her core is a compelling performer (lending her multi-instrumental skills to Duncan Sheik, Joseph Arthur, and The Like) and formidable songwriter (collaborating with seasoned pros like Linda Perry and Howie Day). But not surprisingly, what most people remember about Reni is her unique, haunting voice.

At 19, while attending Columbia University's creative writing program, she was discovered by Perry who released her major label debut 'Ready' on Universal Motown. The LP’s breakout track 'Place For Us' was featured on VH1, The L Word, and KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic.

Since 'Ready,' Reni has continued to expand her creative arsenal. In addition to a recent performance for Jill Stuart's New York Fashion Week Show, she's collaborated with music app Keezy on a series of instructional videos, opened for The XX, Grace Potter, She & Him, and had her various creative offerings featured in The New York Times, NPR, Sundance Film Festival and SXSW Interactive.

She can be found performing regularly with her band JABLONSKY and fronting retro-pop duo Fever High with bandmates Adam Schlesinger (Fountains of Wayne, Ivy) and Anna Nordeen.