This page features Artists & Bands that us Multidrone Technique. If you have, or know of any interesting projects using Multidrone didgeridoos please share them with us!
- Ben Malcolm
- Dan Flynn
- Wicked Tinkers
- TV Broken 3rd Eye Open
- Zachary Bainter
- Luis Mendez
- Seth Mcaslin
Gorangutang is a funk/ hip hop/rock band lead by William Thoren and Tra’Zae Lewis Clinton. The group has co-evolved with the crafting direction of WET & MOB. In many ways Gorangutang has fueled my inspiration to create dynamically tuned multidrone didgeridoos. Read more about Gorangutang here
George Clinton and Funkadelic just released their first album in 33 years “First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate”. The Album features William Thoren playing didgeridoo on the title track “First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate” and “Nuclear Dog Part 2”
Dan Flynn is crafter and performer best known for pioneering the use of false tones in didgeridoo playing. These false tones are ghost notes between the higher trumpet-sounding notes on the didgeridoo. In the last few years he has adopted the WET mouthpiece design to add multidrone to his arsenal of tones.
Ben is an awesome player located in the San Diego area who has been a big inspiration to the evolution of Wet Didgeridoo crafting and multidrone playing. He was the very first person to buy a drop octave Wet Didgeridoo back in 2009 when the first drop octave instruments became available for sale. He learned on an open neck high G drop octave and has since collected several multi drone didges by both Wet and Mob Didgeridoo. There are several videos and lessons by him on youtube that are worth checking out.
The Wicked Tinkers
The Wicked Tinkers have been around for a very long time and were one of the pioneers in using didgeridoo with a band. Their current didgeridoo player CJ Henderson plays a custom Mob Didgeridoo 3 piece Nomad Didgeridoo (in the video below) and a Wet Didgeridoo in the key of F#.
Zachary “Panda of the North” Bainter is a young player from Washington State USA.
Seth of Mcaslin Didge Crafters from Waldport, Oregon