Buttrich’s journey into electronic music began in clubs in Berlin and Hannover at the dawn of the ‘90s, when post-Summer of Love-Europe began to swing to its own hypnotic, machine-like groove. After setting up his first studio in the basement of the Peppermint Park studio building, his partnership with Timo Maas led to over 100 co-productions and remixes that included Madonna, Muse, Fatboy Slim. Josh Wink and Green Velvet. Buttrich has produced funk legend Bootsy Collins, while switching the patterns for artists including Tom Jones, Kelis, Moloko, Depeche Mode, Placebo, Yello, War and Roger Sanchez. His Azzido Da Bass “Dooms Night” remix with Timo Maas hit the UK top ten charts.
Despite his love of technology, Buttrich never loses touch with the gritty, human side of music, and the environment that it is played in. It’s for this reason that Buttrich’s music not only continues to endure but to both inspire a new generation of producers across the globe and to light up dance floors on every corner of the planet.