- Bamboozling techno innovations.
- It's deceptively easy to take for granted that Jéremy Guindo-Zegiestowski has been at the forefront of modern techno for over a decade now. This is because his productions as Bambounou arrived in remarkably mature form from 2010, and all his work since subtly developed the latent dynamism in his economical yet vivid sound. By the time his life story thus far was chronicled in RA's ORIGINS film in 2015, he'd already released two albums and a clutch of EPs on 50Weapons, and featured in the charge of exciting Parisian music produced by the ClekClekBoom circle. Since then, he's been a fully-booked and obviously-gifted DJ, settled into the AD 93 stable and launched his own label, Bambe.
In the wake of the pandemic, Guindo-Zegiestowski had to part with his studio and apartment. Despite the change in lifestyle and outlook, he's released some of his finest music yet in the past few months. In conversation with Martha, we hear how he's broadened his production horizons away from the club circuit and his continuing penchant for absorbing new information to express in musical form.
Bambounou - Craig.py [Bambe]
Bambounou & Bruce - Crash [Bambe]