Two By One

from by Didge Project



The didge-bass on "Two By One" displays a stark contrast to the continuous drones found in most of Didge Project's music. Here AJ Block plays two didgeridoos tuned a minor-third apart in a broken rhythm that functions as the song's bass line. The melody for "Two By One" was conceived when AJ told Tyler Sussman to play [the saxophone] where the didge isn't playing." As the saxophone improvises through a number of textures, the drums fill more space and show the group's ability to incorporate a wide variety of styles.


from As One, released November 15, 2011
written by AJ Block and Tyler Sussman


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Didge Project Brooklyn, New York

For a number of years, multi-instrumentalists AJ Block and Tyler Sussman have performed, taught and promoted their many didgeridoo related activities as Didge Project!

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