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B1: Take It Out On Me
Jéremy Guindo-Zegiestowski aka Bambounou is 50 Weapons´ french connection.
As one of the fastest rising new talents from France, Bambounou is growing his worldwide fanbase weekend after weekend.
“It’s gotta be the most rapid ascendance of anyone on Modeselektor’s label” (Boomkat)
His previous records on ClekClek Boom and 50 Weapons, as well as his remixes for Count & Sinden (Domino Records), Strip Steve (Boysnoize Records), The Aikiu (Sony), and Modeselektor (50 Weapons) amongst others, are all crafty, minimalist techno/house/bass swerves with one single purpose: to make your ass move.
And that´s excactly what you can expect from “Ignition / Take It Out On Me”.