The Russian Futurists
Matthew Adam Hart, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. An artist at the forefront of the twenty-first century bedroom recording craze, and master of unconventional genre hopping pop. Hart begun producing tracks while still at school, honing his recording skills while working on hip-hop tracks each evening. As his experience and talent grew, a love of acts including the Beatles and Brian Wilson saw him moving towards experimentation with multi-layered, melody driven pop. Harts debut, The Method Of Modern Love, was released in 2001, and with its warm electro feel immediately won him a great number of fans. Two years later he released Lets Get Ready To Crumble, an record full of catchy, hook-laden tracks with a style similar to the Flaming Lips. Somewhat of a departure from previous albums, the Russian Futurists Our Thickness was released in May 2005. Leaning further towards a hip-hop sound, yet still maintaining his pop roots, this more succinct and polished...