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Best Austin shows this week? Peligrosa, Jimmy LaFave and more - MyStatesman.com


MyStatesman.com

Best Austin shows this week? Peligrosa, Jimmy LaFave and more
MyStatesman.com
OUR TOP PICKS Friday: Peligrosa, Kiko Villamizar CD release party at Empire.

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19 Apr 2017 | 11:01 pm

Going Out Guide for Montgomery County, April 20-26, 2017 - The ... - Washington Post


Going Out Guide for Montgomery County, April 20-26, 2017 - The ...
Washington Post
Literary festivals, Earth Day, Paws in the Park, new plays, Countryside Artisans and more.

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19 Apr 2017 | 12:08 pm

How Dengue Fever beat fascism - Creative Loafing Atlanta


Creative Loafing Atlanta

How Dengue Fever beat fascism
Creative Loafing Atlanta
In a sense, Los Angeles-based Dengue Fever did something similar when the band first started playing together in 2001. Brothers Ethan and Zac Holtzman had discovered the pop music of pre-Khmer Rouge Cambodia. After befriending and recruiting ...

19 Apr 2017 | 4:04 am

Tinariwen with Dengue Fever at Massey Hall - Live in Limbo


Live in Limbo

Tinariwen with Dengue Fever at Massey Hall
Live in Limbo
Opening the night was the psychedelic Cambodian pop group Dengue Fever that was formed in Los Angeles. The band seemed to pull from plenty of western influences most notably the B-52's with their off the wall pop arrangements but also mixing in Afro ...

16 Apr 2017 | 11:05 am

Festival to host a feast of French roots-based freebies - The Vermilion


The Vermilion

Festival to host a feast of French roots-based freebies
The Vermilion
This band is nearly as infectious as the disease for which they are named. Built of members from Los Angeles and Cambodia, Dengue Fever dresses Cambodian pop in '60s garage psychedelia and captures a brilliantly complex mood of danger and beauty.

14 Apr 2017 | 11:12 am

South Coast Repertory celebrates 20th Pacific Playwrights Festival - Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

South Coast Repertory celebrates 20th Pacific Playwrights Festival
Los Angeles Times
The music is by Dengue Fever, a Los Angeles-based band combining Cambodian pop music with psychedelic rock. South Coast Repertory artistic director John Glore, who co-runs the festival with literary director Kimberly Colburn, said the event will draw ...

11 Apr 2017 | 8:10 pm

Tinariwen, Dengue Fever @ The State Room 04.07 – SLUG Magazine - SLUG Magazine


SLUG Magazine

Tinariwen, Dengue Fever @ The State Room 04.07 – SLUG Magazine
SLUG Magazine
Tinariwen with the support of Dengue Fever was not a show to be missed. Both groups capture the aspects of music that require no translation.
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11 Apr 2017 | 5:35 pm

Dengue Fever take a postmodern approach to Cambodian pop-rock - Colorado Springs Independent


Colorado Springs Independent

Dengue Fever take a postmodern approach to Cambodian pop-rock
Colorado Springs Independent
When brothers Ethan and Zac Holtzman formed Dengue Fever, it might have struck some as a high-concept band. Two Americans who had developed an affinity for an endangered style of music — Cambodian pop and rock music — enlisted the talents of ...

5 Apr 2017 | 2:12 am

Dengue Fever, Tinariwen, Sun Ra, and the sound of displacement - Berkeleyside


Berkeleyside

Dengue Fever, Tinariwen, Sun Ra, and the sound of displacement
Berkeleyside
Keyboardist Ethan Holtzman launched Dengue Fever with his brother, guitarist and vocalist Zac Holtzman, in 2001 after a mixtape he purchased in Phnom Penh sparked his imagination. Cambodia isn't usually associated with giddy, psychedelic pop music, ...

30 Mar 2017 | 9:04 am

Tinariwen, Dengue Fever bring disparate sounds to UC Theatre - SFGate


SFGate

Tinariwen, Dengue Fever bring disparate sounds to UC Theatre
SFGate
The second act, Dengue Fever, specializes in a much different sound. The Los Angeles band creates songs that pay homage to Cambodian surf rock from the '60s and '70s. They've been an unstoppable presence since their formation in 2001. With each ...

28 Mar 2017 | 7:10 pm