Nine letters typed in a search engine can instantly raise the mystery around the identity of Blundetto. Twenty years back, months or years of investigation would have been necessary…
Twenty years is also the time that Max Guiguet has spent in the walls of Radio Nova. He entered as an intern to come out only two decades later. In the meantime, he’s become the programmer, the one who is listening to tons of releases, and among them selects those who will have the honors of the airwaves. While learning the science of mixing, he also meets the characters Jean-François Bizot and Rémi Kolpa-Kopoul who open the doors of musical perception. Max was already interested in Jamaican music, but he discovered at the time an infinity of styles to go further into. For twenty years he will apply on exploring this genres. That’s the A side, which in a few measures tells the story of Max Guiguet.
The B side is played in parallel and is about his musical double, who after a passage by F. Communications and electronic music, grew up on the ashes of Vista Le Vie. The one who started to live in 2005, through long nocturnal sessions to experiment between sampling and instruments. Playing guitar, keyboard, drums, percussions or bass. Sampling, composing, arranging, polishing for four years until in 2009, his name resonates on the turntables.
A name that comes straight from a mafia series: Blundetto.