Is Cosmo Sheldrake his real name?

Cosmo Sheldrake, amazingly his real name, is a 24-year-old multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer from Hampstead, London. He attracted hype from the blogosphere after the release of his debut EP in April, and has toured with American electropop outfit Sylvan Esso and Johnny Flynn.

Are Cosmo and Merlin Sheldrake related?

Cosmo Sheldrake is an English musician, composer, and producer. He is the son of parapsychologist Rupert Sheldrake and voice teacher Jill Purce, and the brother of biologist Merlin Sheldrake. He released his first single, “The Moss”/”Solar”, in 2014 and followed it up with the Pelicans We EP in 2015.

What is Cosmo Sheldrake known for?

Cosmo Sheldrake is a London-based multi-instrumentalist musician, composer and producer. Cosmo released his first single ‘The Moss’ in 2014, which was followed by the ‘Pelicans We’ EP in 2015 and his debut album The Much Much How How and I in April 2018.

What instruments does Cosmo Sheldrake play?

He’s also a multi-instrumentalist, and we don’t say “multi” lightly: he plays about 30 instruments, including jazz and classical piano, banjo, double bass, drums, didgeridoo, penny whistle and sousaphone.

Does Cosmo Sheldrake play bassoon?

Cosmo Sheldrake – Birthday Suit (Bassoon + Bass Clarinet) Sheet music for Bassoon, Clarinet (Bass) (Woodwind Duet) |

What is Morphic Resonance Theory?

Morphic resonance, Sheldrake says, is “the idea of mysterious telepathy-type interconnections between organisms and of collective memories within species” and accounts for phantom limbs, how dogs know when their owners are coming home, and how people know when someone is staring at them.

Who is Merlin Sheldrake’s father?

Rupert Sheldrake
Merlin Sheldrake/Fathers

How fungi change our lives?

In giving us bread, alcohol and life-saving medicines, fungi have shaped human history, and their psychedelic properties have recently been shown to alleviate a number of mental illnesses.

What instruments are used in the moss?

On The Moss you’ll hear electronics, a woodwind instrument that we’re reliably informed is called a duduk and strings all combining to create something utterly unique. It encapsulates all that traditional and loveable British eccentricity yet thrusts it into a very modern context.

Is Cosmo Sheldrake folk?

Based in London, Cosmo Sheldrake is a young composer, multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter, sound artist, improviser and producer whose influences range from classical music and electronica to folk and jazz.

Is there any evidence for morphic resonance?

Morphic resonance is not accepted by the scientific community and Sheldrake’s proposals relating to it have been widely criticised. Critics cite a lack of evidence for morphic resonance and inconsistencies between its tenets and data from genetics, embryology, neuroscience, and biochemistry.