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Buttechno Vinyl, CD & tapes by Buttechno at Norman Records

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Pavel Milyakov (Buttechno)
La Maison De La Mort

Pavel Milyakov is known for his original take on dance under the name Buttechno. On La Maison De La Morte he creates shapeless soundscapes that recall the soundtrack work of electronic composer Eduard Artemyev or perhaps Autechre’s  Chiastic Slide album. The expansive nature of the music can be compared to Pete Kember’s (Spacemen 3) work. It’s certainly something that will appeal to all you Normanites out there! Double LP on Berceuse Heroique.

Minimal Cuts

Anthony Naples’/Jenny Slattery’s Incienso imprint (DJ Python, People Plus) drop an EP from the excellently-named Buttechno. The RASSVET boss may have titled this one Minimal Cuts, but not all is as it seems here. Sure, ‘Orient ACD’ and ‘Dub Hole Funking’ are low-key bits of flippy-floppy house, but the rubbery basslines that characterise ‘RZ Bass’ and ‘Dubber Funk’ are a mite busier than the one might expect from a record that self-identifies as ‘minimal’.


Buttechno is such a cool name, although I did originally read the press release as 'a faint rumble is heard from behind the horizon Buttechno cheeks'. It's a fart joke if you haven't already gathered, *one person slowly claps*. ZCAPRI is released on a four-track 12" vinyl, on Zodiac 44. This is the seventh of twelve releases from Buttechno. 

Super Siziy King

Paval Milyakov dons his Buttechno alias for this six-track EP on The Trilogy Tapes. Super Siziy King is quite techno, but not as fully submerged into the basement clubs as you might expect from the project name. We also get ambient, house, dub and even some electronic folk in there. 12” of inquisitive electronics from Russia.


Straight out of Moscow are some fresh sounds from Buttechno. Untitled is either the call or answer to other life forms outside of our planet, and possibly consciousness. There is a distinct DIY aesthetic through out, with Buttechno diving right into the unknowable darkness. Some gritty techno, mysterious down tempo electronics and unearthly synths. Out on cassette tape from Sex, Lies & Magnetic Tape.