After mesmerizing audiences around the world with the Didjeridoo's rich earthy trance-like sounds, Nature Beat Music has rewarded listeners with a compilation CD from its global groove artist DIDJWORKS.
The CD entitled Past-Present-Future, features remastered versions of the bands favorite tracks from their last four releases, "Tranceformation" "Grand Central Live" "Citizen of the world" and "Collective Unconscious."
Frontman and Didjeridoo player Simon 7 and London based co-producer Van Vardoen, keep the audience chilled and dancing with DIDJWORKS' multi-media show, from his native Australia to New York City and places in between. Among their performances include Woodstock 94, Alvin Ailey dance concerts, The Symphony Space, Lincoln Center Outdoors, Bang on a Can, Alice Tully Hall with the Cassatt Quartet, National public radio's New Sounds, Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion, BAM (Brooklyn academy of music) Hunter mountain world music festival, the Australia's Woodford Folk Festival. and the UK's Glastonbury Festival.
In addition, Simon continues to do studio and soundtrack work such as HBO"s SUBWAY STORIES with the band Mecca Bodega, and sessions including the National Basketball Association (NBA), Land Rover and Jazz legend Mike Mainier's The Dreamings.
The Didjeridoo's appeal reaches beyond it's ancient tribal beginnings, 30,000 years ago as a ceremonial and healing instrument of the Australian Aboriginal. Made from a tree branch that's been eaten hollow by nesting termites, the bark is stripped off and then painted with traditional dreamtime symbols, and is played with a special technique called circular breathing.
DIDJWORKS' "PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE" captures the ever increasing popularity of Worldbeat and Electronica music around the globe, building up cultural unity for a better and peaceful planet.