Futuro Primitivo

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Futuro Primitivo
Futuro Primitivo's logo
Background information
Birth name Matyas Mon
Origin Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genres Ambient, drill and bass, electronic, glitch, intelligent dance and techno
Occupation(s) Composer, musician
Years active Since 2009; 5 years ago (2009)
Website futuroprimitivo.com

Futuro Primitivo is the electronic music stage name of Matyas Mon, an Argentine musician from Buenos Aires.[1]

History and musical style[edit]

The musician developed a very personal project of music and modern times, being named as "doomsday primitive musician" or "the dark side of Manu Chao.[2] His musical style comes from a combination of post-rock, intelligent dance music, nu jazz and digital hardcore, retaining a characteristic sound using only virtual instruments and sequencers.

His debut release, the concept album Everyday Life Is War, was launched on the 1 January 2009, the same day that the Gaza War conflict began.

He has also released Yesterday Was OK, Today Is Dramatic,[3] to paraphrase the name of the album of the Icelandic band múm.

Futuro Primitivo uses visuals to accompany his live presentations.


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