Paul Cook aka Didge-Tall-Paul grew up in a village in Kent. After travelling around Australia and a range of other countries is now living in Gravesend with his wife and two children.

After playing and making didgeridoo’s for 3 decades Paul is one of the foremost didgeridoo performers in the UK with several appearances on radio stations, television and music featured in a film Tom Clancy’s Remainder.

Paul has produced three didgeridoo albums. Hollow, Raspberry Ripple and his latest album 10 tunes from 22 years of tongue twisters.

A range of didgeridoo’s are created by Paul, which are widely respected by players across the world. Using both imported Australian termite eaten eucalyptus and split-wood from a variety of native English.

Paul runs Gravesend didgeridoo club which meets every fourth Saturday of the month, he also runs workshops at a large variety of festivals and visits schools to teach didgeridoo and aboriginal Australian culture.Throughout the year he runs a stall at festivals selling and teaching didgeridoo and many other musical instruments from around the world.

For details on all that Paul does you can visit his websites at www.didgetallpaul.co.uk

Ben Wright has been playing drums in their various forms for 33 years and has performed with a wide variety bands for the past 30. Highlights have been playing on live TV at the BBC Maida Vale studios and supporting Sixpence None the Richer on their student union tour with the band Soma/The Thinks/The Beats, numerous gigs around the London circuit and latterly a whole bunch of different music festivals throughout the UK.
He can often be found deputising for other bands, standing in when the original drummer can’t make the gig, quickly learning the set list and delivering the sound required. From rock to indie, pop to dance, conventional formats to the unconventional,
Ben continues to grow as a musician and is always looking for new ideas to pursue. Pulse is the latest incarnation where he follows a new and exciting path with his oldest friend Didge Tall Paul, learning how to play with a didge whilst allowing the unique sound to breath and have space so both instruments can shine and compliment each other. Exciting times are ahead!