pavel milyakov continues his rassvet records imprint with second release representing a soundtrack for gosha rubchinskiy a/w 18 show which took place in st petersburg in an old soviet palace of culture. one of the first spots for 90s russia illegal raves. this soundscapes explore and reflect atmosphere of russian rave revolution. using trance loops and chords. deconstructed and arranged the same fresh way as rubchinskiy s collection does. b-side is featured with dancefloor banger and a bonus locked-groove.
pavel milyakov aka buttechno launches his new label rassvet with the 12” reissue of his very rare vinyl “1984” with tracks he made for gosha rubchinskiy s s/s 16 show adding 2 more tracks which were not included in the first limited press. 2 experimental soviet electro cuts on the a side and two long banger tracks on side b.
“day of my death” by pavel milyakov. also known as buttechno. is his 8th release coming out this year. it consists of 6 pieces which were composed for gosha rubchinskiy s/s 17 show and performed in a extraordinary place in florence which is depicted on the front cover. mostly ambient. overdriving noise soundscapes and spoken word collages referring to the dreamy mood of the show. this work is more serious and mature than milyakov’s previous releases. exploring deeper and sacred images of his world.
having lurked around murky corners of the grubby industrial techno realm for the past year or so. pavel milyakov builds on his rapidly swelling discography with this transmission for public system. it s the second release on the label following a strong opening salvo from dj spider and greypeople. and this 12- offers up further forthright club-wreckers that balance taut functionality with production flair. opening cut -strainn- delivers bludgeoning electro from the netherworld. which ekman then dutifully reworks with an added eerie tension. there are edgy arpeggios aplenty on -trance t- and warmer tones in -augusts 13-. rounding out an essential slab of serious techno tackle.
yalta is a resort city on the southern coast of the crimean peninsula surrounded by the black sea. this place has heavily influenced a talented artist pavel milyakov also known as buttechno. this album is his dedication to yalta. but it’s not just about geographical location. it’s about a special and sacred state of mind and soul that the producer calls -yalta-. this very personal work of a mature author reflects his deep and multifaceted approach to the research of the sound language.
buttechno is pavel milyakov. an unknown music producer from moscow suburbs and one of the local rising underground scenes leading voices. his debut record sport is a soundtrack to russian designer gosha rubchinskys aw15 fashion show and this synthy. spasmodic music proves to be as fresh as rubchinskys works. the world of buttechno is dark. experimental and ever changing whether he djs or plays live. he puts audience in a state of deep self-reflective meditation with a variety of tools ranging from astonishing post apocalyptic techno soundscapes to melancholic house structures.
ALL WATCHED OVER BY MACHINES OF LOVING GRACE (180 GRAM VINYL 2XLP)
2x12" Vinyl UK08.09.17
the third release by the paris based public system recordings knows no bounds or borders. a massive 2x12 inch compilation featuring the likes of fallbeil. innsyter. morah. buttechno and many more from the realms of heavy rust and wild animals. the heart beat of industrial noise resonating through weathered metal surfaces. psr003 is certainly writhing with wild tribal movement informed by the ferocity of feverish drum programming. waterlogged flanging and carefully degraded waveforms creating this fully engrossing and almost unclassifiable techno selection. it certainly puts an emphasis on the body aspect of ebm.