Dengue Fever with TV Mike and the Scarecrows on Friday, March 4, at 9 p.m.
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Dengue Fever delivers the blend of Cambodian pop and psychedelic rock that’s earned them international acclaim since the early 2000s
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Their Origins: Keyboardist Ethan Holtzman embarked on a six-month tour through Southeast Asia, and returned home with a suitcase full of Cambodian cassettes—right at the same time that his brother was getting into the same tunes through his record-store job. Soon they formed a band and recruited Chhom Nimol, a bona-fide Cambodian pop star with otherworldly pipes.
Their Sound: an unheard of blend of ’60s-era Cambodian pop and psychedelic rock
Their Debut: a self-titled 2003 album of forgotten Khmer covers that served as a melodic nod to Vietnam War–era surf, psych, and classic rock
Their Breakthrough: The band’s sophomore release, 2005’s Dragon House, contained all original material. Amazon.com named it the year’s top international release, and Mojo Magazine listed it in their Top 10 World Music Releases in 2006.
Their Famous Friends: Peter Gabriel, Metallica’s Kirk Hammett, and Ray Davies
Where You’ve Heard Them: on films such as The Hangover 2 and Broken Flowers, on HBO’s True Blood, and outside their house if you’ve hid in their bushes
Their Latest:The Deepest Lake, the band’s fifth full-length album, sees the band incorporate Khmer rap, Latin grooves, and afro percussion into their kaleidoscope of sound.
TV Mike and the Scarecrows: Led by Mike Klinge and his Bob Dylan-like voice, this twangy psychedelic rock band has travelled the country and shared the stage with the likes of My Morning Jacket and The Avett Brothers.