Album "I Done A Album" disponible le 16 mai 2011

Foreman. Beardyman begins his transition from performing artist to
recording artist with the announcement of his debut album to be
released in February 2011 after becoming a marquee signing for
superstar DJ, festival king and uber-successful clubland groover Rob da
Bank and his label Sunday Best. Beardyman’s  live odyssey reached epic
proportions throughout the summer culminating with possibly the
greatest 3 minutes of the year at Reading & Leeds Festival (check
out 24:00 to 27:00 min). His performance turned the Alternative Stage,
which had earlier played host to various comedians, into the unofficial
‘Rave Tent’ for Reading. As the afternoon sun streamed in it all went a
bit Beardy. The overspill from the tent was bigger than the Gulf of
Mexico Deep Water Horizon slick.  Arms were most definitely aloft and
at one point someone lost their trousers!

Whilst Beardyman might be known only for his beatboxing exploits, he
is far from just another beatboxer. He is a musician with
superhuman-like abilities and his voice is his superpower and his
instrument. His sets boast dazzling variety, changes in beat-fuelled
freakouts, a unique approach to a wide array of genres and a vivacious
sense of humor - all of which set him apart from his peers and
establishes him as being far more than a novelty jaw warmer. A genius
savant would be a better way of looking at him.

For those unaware of the mindboggling and reason-defying Beardyman,
his vast CV includes: being a two time Beatbox Champion (when he tried
to enter for a third time he was forbidden but asked to judge instead)
making him the first ever to retain the title and judge the event;
various television appearances including BBC Breakfast who captioned
him as “King of Sound and Ruler of Beats”; and most notably his
jaw-dropping virals such as the Kitchen Diaries which has amassed over
5 million views globally.  His creativity as a visual artist has lead
to a partnership with Dolby Surround Sound, Beardyman is both the face
and voice of their soundtrack which he wrote, conceived and produced.

Currently available for download on his website is ‘You Need Some
Samples’.  This track is the debut release from Beardyman as a
recording artist. In typical Beardy fashion, Darren enters a
multi-media plane: all the samples heard are volunteered by clubbers at
Battlejam, Beardyman and DJ JFB’s interactive club night.  A technique
which will be showcased via live internet on the forthcoming tour.  On
‘You Need Some Samples’, the volunteered themes were then turned into
an original composition by Beardyman and you can see one of those
samples happening when Tommy from South India invades the stage and
proclaims his love for Beardyman, racial equality and for life.

The Where Are You Taking Me? Tour (17th Feb – 12th Mar 2011) is
where Beardyman asks the audience exactly that question.  He will be
performing up, down, left and right of the country allowing fans to
suggest tunes, genres, sounds, words and everything else in-between
like a hirsute Dr. Frankenstein of the dance spectrum, mashing up
different genres from disco with drum & bass and introducing Stevie
Wonder to dubstep, Beardyman creates mesmerizing live and improvised
sets that break the boundaries of the traditional live music experience
and leave audiences speechless and powerless with no option but to bow
down to the power of Beardyman. There’s nothing left to say but to
forewarn that with his new album World Domination beckons.