Belgian big master, blues, and funk combo the Rhythm Junks were shaped in 2004 by singer and harmonica participant Steven De bruyn and drummer Tony Gyselink. De bruyn got already liked some local popularity among blues lovers as an associate of a music group called El Seafood, but after documenting two albums using the group he remaining to pursue his personal projects. Likely to step from a traditional acoustic guitar/bass/drums/singer music group format, De bruyn itched to try something fresh — you will want to leave your guitar out completely or, maybe, replace it having a brass section? Those types of queries resulted in the creation from the Rhythm Junks — a freewheeling, anything-goes task, discussing itself as “a perfect music group for Tom Waits’ fantastic wedding ceremony.” Originally the music group was known as VirusB23 (called after a particular funky disease that produced people dance), but quickly De bruyn and Gyselink rechristened it the Tempo Junks (“junks” being truly a verb here, because they demand), and utilized Virus B-23 like a name for the group’s debut record, released in 2004. To be able to perform their materials live, De bruyn and Gyselink constructed a rather huge cast of support players, including a dual bass participant and a brass portion of four, and finally these players became full-time people. The next full-length with the Tempo Junks, Pop Off, released in 2007, was documented with a seven-piece music group — both founding members had been joined up with by Jasper Hautekeit (dual bass, electrical bass, and support vocals), Walter Baeken (baritone, tenor, and soprano saxophones), Peter Verdonk (baritone and alto saxophones), Marie-Anne Standaert (trumpet and flügelhorn), and Yvez Fernandez-Solino (trumpet).