Colin "Jaden Adrian" Snell
Matthew "theProphet" Smith
Past & Current Collaborators:
Tom Musik - Production (2012,2014-Present), Remixing, Production, Vocal Effects (2014-Present)
Cassandra Cambell - Artistic Cordinator, Model, Muse (2014-Present)
Bailee F - Artist, Model, Muse (2014-Present)
Cameron Jones - Occasional Collaboration (2014-Present)
Taking inspiration from the best elements in New Wave, Pop, Electronica, Techno, and even Industrial at times, Matt & Colin attempts to make timeless music that can be appreciated from those interested in the progressive and layered synth elements of 80's New Wave, to those who appreciate the catchier and more structured elemetns in modern pop, and also to those who wish to expand their minds and ears with new sound from Industrial and Electronica oddities.
Formed in 2012, out of the ashes of the bands PurPale and Flux, by the elusive and intersting character Colin "Jaden Adrian" Snell. It was shortly joined on by producer, turned collaborater, Matt "theProphet" Smith from Jenova Project fame, with them quickly cranking out over a dozen instrumental tracks. Eventually former Flux collaborater/producer Tom Musik joined back into the fold, turning the duo into a threesome, and with his vocal production and effects routine being introduced bringing Matt & Colin to a whole new level.
Over the last 6 months the trio we had released 3 singles, a music video, and now at long waited last have finally released our first EP, the Distant City EP!
Caribou, Grum, Austra, Chet Faker, Gary Numan, David Bowie, Propaganda, George Michael, Genesis, Yello, Visage, Laurie Anderson, Nitzer Ebb, Skinny Puppy, Nine Inch Nails, Download, Velvet Acid Christ, :wumpscut:, Icon Of Coil, Covenent.
MacBook Pro, AMD 8-Core 16GB RAM PC, Native Instruments Komplete 10 (Absynth, FM8, Massive, Reaktor [Razor, Monark, Rounds, Contour, Scanner XT, Spark, Prism], Kontakt + Sample Libraries), Omnisphere, Trillian, FL Studio, Nektar Panorama P1, Roland Juno, Korg Z1, Dave Smith Prophet-08, Ensoniq Mirage, Korg Polysix, Roland CR-68.