GöG developed a new style of playing Didgeridoo, inspired by: african drumbeats, Indian sitar, traditional yidaki masters, church organ, stories, songwriters and several duets with Doris Neff... He played with Aborigines in the Australian streets as well as at several European festivals. GöG loves to play several voices at once. Even when playing extremely ambitious polyphonic or odd rhythms GöG always manage to maintain irresistible grooves, keeping their listeners in motion. As a Duo GöG & Götz had their first performance already 1994. At this time GöG feeled inspired by the rhythms of Götz to give his style of playing the didgeridoo a more versatile structure. In the following decade GöG has developed even more highly sophisticated techniques by leading and joining various solo and band projects: This competency combined with professional skills engenders GöG's distinctive musical style. In October 2005 GöG & Götz met again to produce new songs. While multi-instrumentalist Götz deploys his sounds through the guitar, the energetic didgeridoo of GöG builds the thread of the ever-evolving soundscapes.
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