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Win An Exclusive Digital Portrait From The Flashbulb!

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We hope you’ve been enjoying our exclusive season of cool stuff featuring our Featured Artist The Flashbulb – and we’re going to round things off with an exclusive giveaway. See, it turns out that Benn Jordan (The Flashbulb himself) isn’t just an electro-mastermind – he’s also fond of creating digital artwork too.

We’re offering one lucky winner the chance to have a digital portrait of themselves created by The Flashbulb – a truly unique, one-of-a-kind prize that any fan would love. Want to stand a chance of winning? All you have to do is email info [at] bamm.tv with the subject heading ‘Flashbulb Contest’ before Monday December 2nd. Good luck …

Bamm.tv Featured Artist: The Flashbulb

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Meet electronic mastermind Benn Jordan. He’s a man of many different names, collecting pseudonyms the way a hyperactive 90s kid collected Pokemon. You may also have heard him referred to as (deeeeeep breath now) Acidwolf, CHR15TPUNCH3R, DJ ASCII, Dr. Lefty, Dysrythmia, FlexE, Human Action Network, Lucid32, rapemachine, rnd16, 66x or Q-Bit.

For the purposes of our Featured Artist celebration, however, we fixing our beady eye on Benn’s most well-known alterego: The Flashbulb.

Benn is particularly direct when it comes to the origins of Flashbulb. “In the mid-70’s,” he recounts, “Lee Jordan and Denise Richardson met while vacationing in Virginia. Many sexual instances later Denise noticed she was more nauseated than usual. 9 months later the band was formed, but did not record music for another 14 years.” In other words: it’s just him. Flashbulb is a one-man operation, and Benn is the brains and talent behind it.

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BAMM TV: ‘We Are Alone In A City’, The Flashbulb

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Benn Jordan is a man of many aliases: he’s performed under the titles of (deep breath) Acidwolf, CHR15TPUNCH3R, DJ ASCII, Dr. Lefty, Dysrythmia, FlexE, Human Action Network, Lucid32, MC Flashbulb, rapemachine, rnd16, 66x and Q-Bit. Last – and most certainly not least – there’s The Flashbulb, his most widely-known identity, and the one which has brought his trademark breakcore sound to a loyal and enthusastic audience.

The Flashbulb recently blew away the crowd at the Photosynthesis 4.0 festival, and BAMM was there to capture all the action. Enjoy this exclusive performance of ‘We Are Alone In A City’.

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