Conceived as an imaginary band, the Dutch Rhythm Combo, presents a range of musical genres that fuse dub, disco and tropical tunes in an organic style. The prefix “Dutch” relates to the biographic roots of Felix Haaksman, whose family comes from the Netherlands, to which Felix is very specially related to. The Dutch Rhythm Combo’s second release, the legendary “Antilles EP”, was released in 2004, followed by the “Venom EP” in 2005. Joe Dukie from New Zealand’s hot reggae-soul outfit Fat Freddys Drop was the guest voice on this third record release by Dutch Rhythm Combo. Recorded on the hottest day of the Berlin summer, “Venom” sweats excellent funky rhythm and soul grooves in a nice disco boogie outfit.
|Alerta (Instrumental)||Budde Music Recommends Vol. 2||Jazz, R&B/Soul|
Jazz and R&B/Soul
Bass, Drums, Electronic, Hand Clapping, Percussion, Strings, Synth, and Violin
Atmospheric, Bright, Driving, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Party, and Percussive/Drums
Best Friends, Car Chase, Fist Fight, Frat Party, Game Day, Make-Out, Night Club, Road Trip, and Strip Tease
Funk, Post-Disco, and Soul Jazz/Groove
Budde Music Recommends Vol. 2, #2