Futuro Primitivo

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Futuro Primitivo
Birth nameMatyas Mon
OriginBuenos Aires, Argentina
Chill out
Drill 'n' bass
Occupation(s)Composer, musician
Years activeSince 2008; 14 years ago (2008)
Associated actsDrop Dead! (Argentine band), Matyas Mon, Rebel Robots

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 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.


  • Everyday Life Is War (2009)
  • Yesterday Was OK, Today Is Dramatic (2010)
  • Miniröcke's Afterworld (2016)

See also[edit]

Other articles of the topics Biography AND Argentina : Claudia Barrionuevo

Other articles of the topic Biography : Albert Victor Olson, Keiko Tsuji, Amin Farden, Ahmad Kadry, Randolph Roy Bruce, Neldon Theo French, Villi Sørensen

Other articles of the topic Argentina : List of goals scored by Lionel Messi, Argentine Canadians, Florida station (Mitre Line), Pablo Contrisciani, Aristóbulo del Valle station, Yosi, the Regretful Spy, Argentina at major beauty pageants
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