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Matthew Buttler

Matthew Buttler

Matthew Buttler


Matthew Buttler is an art-rock musician from Ottawa, Ontario. On the one hand, his esoteric and obscure interests for using instruments in innovative ways, with a heavy emphasis on feedback, distortion, fuzz, mud, overdrive, delay and his love of "near infinite wells of reverb" assures that his art pieces will tend be loud cocophanous magnum opuses destroying all senses. Examples of this can also be found in his performance art, most notably 2006's "Abacus" Read more on Last.fm
Matthew Buttler is an art-rock musician from Ottawa, Ontario. On the one hand, his esoteric and obscure interests for using instruments in innovative ways, with a heavy emphasis on feedback, distortion, fuzz, mud, overdrive, delay and his love of "near infinite wells of reverb" assures that his art pieces will tend be loud cocophanous magnum opuses destroying all senses. Examples of this can also be found in his performance art, most notably 2006's "Abacus", wherein those present for the performance of this piece commented that they had "serious fears that the speakers were going to explode in a bloody mess of electricity and plastic." On the other hand, Matthew can perform very simple music, ranging from downtempo electronica (such as Massive Attack, Moby, Bjork, Daft Punk and DJ Mark Farina) to solo 'folky' ditties (akin to Beck's "Sea Change", The Weakerthans, The Evens, etc.) to somewhere in between defying comparisons. Matthew Buttler is the former singer of "The Stacks" and is currently active in the non-art realm as a member of Teen L*zzies and Noun and the Nouns, as well as his continual adventures into production and engineering, wherein he has worked with Black Hill, The Colour Surround and live recordings of the Hi Lo Trons. Discography: 2004 - Helen (Single) (as Build One) 2005 - Nutrient (Single) 2006 - Abacus (Single) 2006 - Death And Rebirth (Single) 2007 - Arts Birthday Theme Song (Video) 2007 - I Got My Hair Cut Like Morrissey (Single) 2007 - Collected Eratta (Early Works) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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