Matthias Müller Didgeridoo 


After years of playing with groups, it’s time to return to the didgeridoo itself. I strive for an authentic interpretation as well as to transfer this ancient and traditional instrument of the indigenous Australian people to our day and age. Primal rhythms and sound patterns are combined with very individual, modern elements. The combination with present day sounds demonstrates the complexity and potential of the music of the didgeridoo. Earthy and grounded as well as light and airy sounds are woven to a profound acoustic experience. It’s important to me to demonstrate the instrument’s vast spectrum of possibilities, whose potential is yet to be fully realized.

The didgeridoo, one of the world’s oldest instruments, is very present in today’s various sounds and styles. Old and new compliment one another. In following traditional paths, today’s music continues to be enriched and enhanced, with new, dynamic impulses developed on the basis of historical and traditional knowledge.