Matt Stevens | Earth Vibrations

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Earth Vibrations

by Matt Stevens

Awesome album of didgeridoo solos. A groovy mix of upbeat rhythms and hypnotic chill-outs.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. Distant Land
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2. Ode to the Toad
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3. Birdys
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4. How Far Do We Go?
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5. Heart Lander
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6. Multiverse
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7. Tangled Up in Doo
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8. The Sprint
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9. Mimic
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10. Earth Vibrations
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11. My New Didge
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12. Stairway to Doo
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Album Notes
This album contains over 1 hour of different tracks in a combination of styles, being mainly raw didgeridoo solos, with some percussion on two of the tracks. The tracks give a combination of upbeat rhythms and hypnotic chill-outs.

Matt Stevens is an English chap who became obsessed with the didgeridoo around 10 years ago. Since that time he has gathered a rather splendid collection of traditional Australian eucalyptus, hempstone and English-made didgeridoos, with which he has developed his own unique style of play. He uses the didgeridoo to entertain, but has also found it indispensable for use in sound therapy sessions, giving incredible stress, pain and anxiety-relieving benefits.

Total running time 63.51 minutes


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Kimberly Waters

Energetic, visceral virtuoso didge with percussion, for whoever gets it!
This is a serious labour of love, a dozen tunes weighing over an hour and every one fits. Matt Stevens plays with power and invention, never resorting to electronic embellishment or new-age gimmickry that's diminished many a didge cd. Here is serious and unpretentious didgeridoo and no messing; overdubs are kept to an absoute minimum: some percussion emphasises the rhythm but never draws attention to itself. This is for you who can grok Kraut-like drones for their effect on your brain: while some may mellow you to oblivion the effect here, for me, is energising. You have to get up and dance leaving you feeling refreshed creative and intelligent.