What a guest we have for episode 18 folks – the mighty Beardyman! From the get go, the ultra-talented musician and comedian gets to work remixing Chris’s voice and there’s absolutely nothing Chris can do about it. Once he’s finished, Beardyman reveals how beatboxing got him in trouble from an early age, where he was when hearing drum & bass first blew his mind and why My Neighbour Totoro prevented him from several breakdowns during the first lockdown.The pair also discuss veganism, the joys of Brian Blessed, separating the art from the naughty artists, his talented brother Jay and why you should never remix Donald Trump. Strap in tight everyone – this one’s a wild one!
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Imagine a machine that can let you record and mix music in real time – one that will enable musicians to get down the ideas in their head instantly, with no filter between the germs of a song and hearing it come alive straight away. Imagine the fevered genius capable of building such a perfect musical aid. Meet the BEARDYTRON_5000mkIV (Beardytron). And meet its creator…Beardyman, whose performances have been viewed over 60 million times on YouTube alone with improvisation being at the heart of the creative process.
Chances are, you already know Beardyman. He’s the lovable beatboxing champion, the festival favourite last heard playing the charismatic stoner on Fatboy Slim’s global smash Eat Sleep Rave Repeat, right? Well, yes, that was Beardyman. But the musician emerging from hiding on his startling new album Distractions is virtually a different species altogether.