TVD Radar: Dengue Fever, Sleepwalking Through the Mekong
2LP in stores 11/25

VIA PRESS RELEASE | Los Angeles based Cambodian and American rock band Dengue Fever today confirmed the first-ever, limited edition of 1,000, 2xLP transparent colored vinyl release for their 2009 documentary soundtrack Sleepwalking Through the Mekong on Black Friday, November 25 on Minky Records/M80 Music.

Additionally, Dengue Fever is set to play two live shows in January 2023 in celebration of both the Sleepwalking Through The Mekong release as well as their recently released reissues of their first three albums on vinyl: S/T, Escape from Dragon House, Venus on Earth. All tour information including set times, ticket prices, venue information and more can be found at http://denguefevermusic.com/tour/. Dates are 1/15/23 at Lincoln Center (as part of GlobalFest), New York, NY and 1/21/23 at The Lodge, Los Angeles, CA (w/ Low Hum, Presented by KCRW).

The seventeen tracks on Sleepwalking Through The Mekong soundtrack, feature Dengue Fever rarities, live tracks recorded in Cambodia, reworkings of earlier songs, instrumental rarities unavailable elsewhere, and collaborations, with Cambodian master musicians Tep Mary and Kong Nai. A DVD/CD Soundtrack is also available.

ABOUT DENGUE FEVER | Dengue Fever is Cambodian songstress Chhom Nimol, Zac Holtzman (guitar/vocals), Ethan Holtzman (keyboards), Senon Williams (bass), Paul Smith (drums), and David Ralicke (horns). They have released five albums, Dengue Fever, Escape From Dragon House, Venus On Earth, Cannibal Courtship, In The Ley Lines, the DVD/CD soundtrack to the band’s documentary, Sleepwalking Through The Mekong, a collection of lost Cambodian classics and Dengue Fever Presents: Electric Cambodia and The Deepest Lake. They are based in Los Angeles. Currently, Dengue Fever is finishing up a new album, their first since The Deepest Lake (2015). More details will be announced in 2023.

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