Zalem Delabre

Zalem began to play the didgeridoo in 2001 with Denra dur, Ash dargan, Mark atkins and Gauthier as reference players. He first started with a wobble (breathing sounds) based style of playing and progressively developed his own style with his Rock  and electro influences.

In 2007 he entered the band JMPZ (rock/electro/tribal), and recorded with them the third album of the band and started a national tour. Thanks to this, he gained his professional status and let down his Biology studies to dedicate his whole time to music.

Then, he will join different bands like Wadhom (hang drum, violon and dance), Tribal dance ( acoustic Trance from Israel),Vibration Visuelle (a duet with Bertox, magician/juggler), Zalyshar ( duet with Yshar, tribal fusion dancer), Milanga, (Electro Ethnic), Adèle & Zalem  (duet with Adèle Blanchin) and Charlie Charlot, “Ciné concert” with the pianiste Jean Claude Guerre.


In 2010 he released his first personal album, entirely acoustic, and recorded with Robin Vassy, a very talented multi-instrumentalist.
Followed in 2013 by an EP5 named “Vibration Visuelle” inspired from the show with Bertox. His 3rd album, out in 2015 is dedicated to solo didgeridoo.

In these CDs, his real style appears : the use of beatbox melt with the didgeridoo, technique which he will teach during workshops, across the world.