VLADISLAV BUBEN is the founder of a number of genres in experimental and electronic music in Belarus and the cultic musician who influenced several generations on the Belarusian electronic stage. Vladislav created several radio projects and a TV show for Belarusian MTV about alternative electronic music (“Did you call for electricians?”, 2007-2008). Now he is the main coordinator for the festivals Unsound-Belarus and InTouch as well as concerts and events producer.
Buben creates musical projects in different styles (experimental,free improvisation,noise,electronic,techno, house, break beat, break core, ambient, industrial). Vladislav recorded collaborative projects with a number of alternative artists from Germany, the U.K, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Lithuania etc. Buben’s music has been released on 61 labels around the world. Now he has created his own studio – Big Buben Studio – dedicated to release Buben’s pieces.
Vladislav performed in Germany, Holland, Sweden, Belgium,Latvia, Poland, Lithuaina, Moldova, Russia, Hungary and Austria.
His musical output has been spread across a remarkably wide range of projects; the geographic sweep of those efforts is equally impressive, since his discography includes publications all the way from Great Britain to the US and Canada - with most European nations in between.
by David MacFadyen, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles
Buben isn’t exactly setting techno land alight, but he distinguishes himself through the icy sound of the production!
This is a serious rush! It has all of the pomp and majesty of a Wagner tune, with an exciting new experience and flare for the eccentric.