The highly infectious music of Dengue Fever is an unlikely incubation of noirish, broad-minded indie rock and 1960s Cambodian pop, itself a curious fusion of traditional Khmer elements and American styles that drifted in during the Vietnam War, including surf and psychedelia. The Cambodian stuff comes from brothers Ethan and Zac Holtzman, who independently stumbled across it, as well as Cambodian singer Chhom Nimol, whose mesmerizing Khmer and English undulations suggest a southeast Asian royal court classicist on one hand, Debbie Harry via Bollywood on... More >>>