For Thomas Clements, at home in Zurich, Switzerland and Strasburg, France, the endless tonal range and the rhythmic potential of the human voice are the most important sources of musical inspiration. Overtone vocals, the traditional Indian Dhrupad singing and the Zazen practice are the foundation of his musical work and his study of the dialogue between silence and sound. Clements spent years studying the Indian music therapy of Vemu Mukunda. He regularly heard performs with percussionists and other muscians. With the group „Voice Changers“ he has produced two CD’s: „Elephants in the Dark“ and „round sound silence“.
The Swiss didgeridoo player Matthias Müller is an outstandingly creative sound and rhythm virtuoso. As we immerse ourselves in Matthias’ sound world, we sense the musician’s playful experimentalism as well his discipline as he makes the most of the acoustic potential of his archaic instrument. Matthias has created an unusually rich and diverse repertoire on the traditional didgeridoos, primal tone hollowed trunks of eucalyptus and algave cactus, as heard on his two CDs: „Didgeridoo & Dreamtime Pipe“ and „Passion“.