"My brain is weird," Darren Foreman tells New Times when prompted to explain his uncanny gift for sound.
Internationally renowned as Beardyman, the 32-year-old Londoner seems to possess the auditory equivalent of photographic memory. Not only can he tap into a seemingly endless mental database, from the precise timbre of any musical instrument to miscellaneous pop-culture references, but he can also mimic each sound with perfect recall during his improvised live performances.
The man is a walking audio encyclopedia, a human sampler.
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