Dengue Fever is an American band from Los Angeles who combine Cambodian rock and pop music of the s and 70s with psychedelic rock and other world music styles. In the late s, keyboardist Ethan Holtzman discovered Cambodian psychedelic rock music while traveling in that country.
Coincidentally, his guitarist brother Zac Holtzman then with the band Dieselhed had discovered the same music while working at a record store. The band selected Chhom Nimolwho had previously been a well-known singer in Cambodia before emigrating to the United States. Their self-titled debut album was released in The album consisted mostly of covers of ss Cambodian rock songs discovered by the Holtzman brothers, plus two songs in the same style.
Dengue fever both sides now sang all lyrics in Khmer. Their second album Escape from Dragon House was released in The album was one of Amazon. The documentary film Sleepwalking Through the Mekong by producer John Pirozzi documents the tour, with coverage of concert performances, collaborations with master musicians, and Chhom Nimol's success in reconnecting with Cambodian fans who had not seen her perform in person for five years.
In the band released the album Cannibal Courtshipwhich was noted for incorporating more world music elements beyond the band's well-known Cambodian influences. Dengue Fever has entered into partnerships with a number of charitable organizations to support causes in Cambodia.
As one example, they are involved with the wildlife and forest conservation organization Wildlife Alliance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the disease, see Dengue fever. Cambodian rock psychedelic pop  surf rock . Retrieved October 23, Retrieved 1 February Retro Pop, Cambodian Style". Archived from the original on Sleepwalking Through the Mekong". Turning up the heat at Black Cat".
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