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Solstice Peaks
Cat: OYSTER 57. Rel: 31 May 24
Trancer (5:17)
Tech Metal (5:03)
Mc2oh2 (5:16)
Bleeps (4:48)
Review: Exciting times, as Pavel Milyakov aka. Buttechno makes his debut splash on aquatic acid-pysch-house freeholders Kalahari Oyster Cult, for a playful foray into what he calls 'Solstice Peaks'. Contrasting to his more recent album-length blissouts, these four sonic sidecars are like bubbles to their jet-streams, conveying a mood of whimsy and humour, by way of functional FMs and offhand clap samples, in an otherwise sprawling and comparatively earnest discography. An exercise in minimality - and how far it can go to convey a sense of maritime mayhem - a core feature 'Solstice Peaks' - of the likes of 'Tech Metal' and 'Bleeps' - is the FM knock, a cornerstone that eezily aids Buttechno's command over rhythm and submersion.
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Cherskogo Drive
Cat: CITI 025. Rel: 01 Oct 18
March Cherskogo (7:07)
Back 2 The E (5:42)
Elektroshirka (6:16)
Slow Durk (3:50)
AXF (10:56)
808 Exc Dirty (5:07)
Review: Sometime Trilogy Tapes and Zodiac 44 artist Buttechno (real name Pavel Milyakov) arrives on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax with his fourth album-length excursion. It could well be his best to date too, as we can confirm it has very few flaws, but plenty of atmospheric, ear catching fare to enjoy. He begins with the fuzzy, metallic mid-tempo techno creepiness of "March Cherskogo", before proceeding to flit between smooth horror-techno ("Back 2 The E"), melodious and spacey electro ("Elektroshirka", the foreboding "AXF"), mind-altering intergalactic chug ("Slow Durk") and sparse, crackling industrial techno (L.I.E.S-ish closer "808 Exec Dirty").
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Super Siziy King
Cat: TTT 063. Rel: 10 Nov 17
Mr Heroin (3:50)
S Dub (4:51)
K4 (2:42)
Poleva (5:45)
Metallo (2:57)
Super Siziy King (4:47)
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Spectres (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PSY 007. Rel: 04 Jul 22
Buttechno - "Spectres" (4:08)
Buttechno - "909 Steroids" (4:03)
Buttechno - "Trance Open Airs" (3:21)
DJ Speedsick - "You Do This To Yourself" (2:27)
DJ Speedsick - "Motion Sickness" (4:38)
DJ Speedsick - "Devil Times Seven" (5:16)
Review: For "Spectres", a 6-track split release, Buttechno teams up with DJ Speedsick, a Chicago-based artist, famous for his raw and uncompromising approach to sound. Together they explore sonic and textural possibilities of the extreme forms of dancefloor music employing distinct ways of sound manipulation. Buttechno's side features highly saturated textures being torn out, dissected and sewed back together with a wicked use of spectral processing. On the other side, Dj Speedsick, known for reamping his material with guitar amplifiers and cabinets, puts out tracks that bear unique sonic qualities and transform the usual sense of space and distance. The underwordly sounds and high-speed beats presented on this split go beyond the common bounds of dancefloor music, exposing the spectres that dwell between the genres.

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