Case in point -- the Krontjong Devils, who hail from the Netherlands. The group -- consisting of Gerhard Rinsma on bass, Kees De Vries on organ and guitar, Nico Plantenga, drums and Hendrik Jan Hors, guitar -- began in 1993. They were influenced by 1960s bands like The Trashmen, The Astrounauts, The Bobby Fuller IV and The Pyramids and by more modern surf and hot rod groups like Untamed Youth and The Phantom Surfers.
Surfin' Sounds of the Krontjong Devils was released in 1996 and was a mixture of surf standards and originals. From it comes the South Pacific song Bali Ha'i, always a favorite of surfing bands.
Surfin' Sounds of the Krontjong Devils is no longer available on CD but it and another album, The Krontjong Devils on Tour, are available as downloads. On Tour also can be purchased on CD from the Amazon Marketplace.
The Krontjong Devils still appear to be active (as of 2011), but the band's website is gone and there have been no new releases for several years.
Still there are plenty of videos on the web to keep fans happy. Here's one of them, Our Favorite Martian, from the Surfer Joe Summer Festival on June 17, 2011 in Livorno, Italy.