When you add Moorditj (“solid, good or great”) with Brothers (“one related or closely united to another by some common tie or interest”) not only do you come up with the Moorditj Brothers but you have discovered didge, drum, dance. Throw in a mix of vocals, guitar, drums and didgeridoo and you have an original blend of roots, blues, rock and reggae music which can only be described as unpretentious upbeat vibed goodness from this unique Australian trio. The bands history sources from a variety of different genres and styles but it does not stop there: the plot begins to thicken when the Moorditj Brothers walk on stage and one is captivated by the delivery of a finely choreographed mix of pumping, striking didgeridoo, drum instrumentals and acoustic roots guitar that on occasions likens the listener to guess whether there are any Spanish or Reggae influences in the music undertones. A jam band of sorts you will find each performance is different – that is guaranteed. But so too is “didge, drum, dance” music and an experience you will never forget once you stop dancing! The Moorditj Brothers are Aiden Varro on guitars and vocals (solo), Tim Watkins on drums (Yalla Yalla, Something Humble) and Jay Gresham on didgeridoo (Matt Gresham).