Ganga Giri

Ganga Giri Tallebudgera Community Hall

Ganga Giri Tallebudgera Community Hall - 31st March 2012

Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall

ganga giriGANGA GIRI is a rhythmic didgeridoo explosion incorporating fat dub beats mashing it up with a dancehall vibe. An electronic global roots celebration that brings people together in a modern day corroboree.

Delivering his unique and authentic taste of multicultural Australia GANGA GIRI’s music has been widely & wildly appreciated by music lovers in many countries including Australia, Japan, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, Indonesia and the United States igniting audiences in clubs and at music festivals.

Check out Ganga Giri live on You Tube

GANGA GIRI is a remarkably energetic and innovative live act. He has achieved something rare and precious which few artists are able to capture mixing natural elements with fat tribal beats and dirty funky bass lines to create a unique tribal-technological deep earth dance experience.

Joining Ganga Giri on stage is French Guyanan singer and celebrator Jornick whose rich reggae dub dancehall vocals fuse seamlessly, added to this is the electronic beats and funky dub bass lines, world music sounds and powerful tribal percussion.
In the past year Ganga Giri has toured across Australia, collaborated and recorded with a traditional Indonesian Gamelan and Kecak orchestra and has recently returned from a massive tour across the USA, Canada.

Ganga Giri’s new album Good Voodoo captures the infectious energy that the band has been known for at Festivals worldwide and celebrates the ancient and the modern of Australia now.

Catch Gangi Giri with special guests Yeshe Reiners on percussion and Mbira with
Jornick Joellick who is Gangas main vocalist:

Saturday 31st March 2012
Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall
611 Tallebudgera Creek Rd
Tallebudgera Valley
(exit 89 from M1 motorway, right at Caltex service station traffic lights, hall is 7.2kms on your left.)

Doors open 6.30pm
Show starts 7.00pm through till 10pm
Tickets $15 plus booking fee in advance thru MOSHTIX Buy tickets

or $20 at the door

Children under 13 free

This is an all ages alcohol free event, delicious food and drinks by Food For Life available.

What other people are saying

“It’s unusual to feel like you’re witnessing something unique and progressive that just fits and feels right. Hearing a description of Ganga Giri evokes curiosity as to how it all would come together but being there, it just made sense that dub/dancehall/reggae/electro genres should be mixed and then combined with indigenous flavours of didgeridoo and dance”

Faster Louder Live Review – Fly By Night – Western Australia

“the Australian quartet stormed the fields of Wakarusa. The sound‚ the presence‚ the energy was overwhelming-hands down‚ the highlight of the entire festival”

Wakarusa Festival (USA) Review …State of Mind

“The music took my muddy boots and threw them about for a bit, next thing I knew the dub from the decks had infected my spine and my whole body was bouncing. This carried on throughout the set, until its climax. At which point the sun and blue skies appeared and grinning like a child I went off to get an ice cream!”

Scott Williams – Glastonbury Festival review.

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