Didj Jah dance

Master of the funky didjeridu (how many ways can you spell didgeridoo?), Ganga Giri, returns from a year on the northern hemisphere festival circuit to perform (with his group) at Coorabell Hall on Saturday, February 11.

Therell be a full complement of indigenous musicians and dancers, musicians from other parts of the world, and top DJs creating a deep-earth experience through pumping didj, tribal beats, funky dub bass lines and world-music percussion.

Ganga is a didj virtuoso with a powerful rhythmic style. Explosive and pulsating at times, ambient and flowing at others, his music is a mix of complex grooves and raw, natural sounds.

Also performing with Ganga will be V-Ka and Yeshe Reiners.

Tickets are $18/15 at the door. Food and drinks will be available. The gig starts at 8pm.

Freebie: The Echo has a double pass to give away to this show. To go in the draw to win phone 6622 2888 between 11 & 11.15am next Monday, February 6, and tell us if the didjeridu was a traditional instrument for all the indigenous nations of Australia.


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