Between 2003 and 2005 the Dutch Rhythm Combo released various songs and EPs on Pulver Records and Best Seven Records to critical acclaim. In 2007, the highly praised Bonaire remix series were released with four groundbreaking remixes from Blackjoy, Al Usher, Maximilian Skiba and Soul Village. This wonderful remix package got featured by many DJs and producers: "Great Mood" (Greg Wilson), "Absolutely love it" (Ashley Beedle), "Really future retro" (Yam Who?) just to name a few.
In 2008 Dutch Rhythm Combo returned with a stunning imaginary musical journey to the caribbean islands: "Sounds Of The Caribbean". The follow up "Sounds Of The Carribean Remixed" featured remixes by Ray Mang, one of London's most prolific disco dub vanguards, and the dub outfit Dubben, who gained prominence with their rework of Juca Chavez' "Take Me Back To Piaui".