How long did it take you between the day of your meeting and the release of the album ?
UCDidgs : 1st rehearsal and composition in March 2015, victory at Didg To Didg in May, The “Rêve de l’Aborigène” in July, recording of the album in January and release in May 2016. A good year therefore. We then worked on the scenic project and we recorded the new EP in 2019.
Does your album contain some sort of message ?
Adrien B : I will be curious to know if the listeners see a message and which one. Tell us in the comments ! For me, it is above all an atmosphere and a dynamic that stand out. There is also the desire to push the didgeridoo from a technical perspective while making it musically “accessible” to the uninitiated by integrating other colors with the harmonica and the harp. In concert, we seek a dance atmosphere, with an almost electro side, without forgetting winks to the other facets of the instrument. And then there is a performance approach on stage with GOTHAM, dancer from Krump, who accompanies us regularly. Visually and in interaction with spectators, it brings a lot.
Otherwise, more concretely, we also pass on the messages around the instrument during musical conferences that we organize in media libraries, etc. This format is well suited to discussions.
Julien H : I would add the invitation to travel, I like the idea of music that makes both the audience and the artists travel in the same energy. The goal for us is for people to have a good time having fun and forgetting everything else.