Matt Martians and Syd "The Kyd" of the Odd Future crew comprise The Internet. The duo has just released their sophomore album, Feel Good featuring live instrumentation and a bold jazzy soul sound. To boot, some of our favorites are collaborators, including Yuna, Jesse Boykins III, Thundercat, and Chad Hugo.
In case you missed it the first time, watch the video below for "Dontcha" to get a taste!
Odd Future crew counterparts The Internet (Syd "The Kid" and Matt Martians) have just dropped the video for their sweet and spacious "Dont'cha" track. The simple black and white visuals complement the soulful, jazzy feel wonderfully. Great to see these guys continuing to come into their own with this new work.
The Internet's sophomore album, Feel Good, drops September 24.
The Internet is a new duo featuring Syd The Kyd and Matt Martians that is soon set to release their debut album Purple Naked Ladies on December 20th on Odd Future Records. Little Dragon has gone and sprinkled a little magic on their "Cocaine" single to create the Little Dragon Kåkejn Remix. Catch the jingly remix below and trip out to the lusty video for the original track above. Finally, find the tracklisting for the upcoming project afterwards.
1. Violet Nude Women
2. They Say/Shangrila (ft. Tay Walker)
3. She Dgaf
5. Cocaine/Tevie (ft. Left Brain)
6. Ode to a Dream (ft Kilo Kish & Coco O.)
7. Gurl (ft. Pyramid Vritra).
8. Love Song -1
9. Lincoln (ft. Mike G & Left Brain)
10. Web of Me
11. She Knows
13. Visions (ft. Coco O.)
14. The Garden
We love the Bay Area. Biased we may be due to certain staff affiliations, we are justifiably geeked to present you with a particularly snazzy set of remixes by Amp Live (of Zion I) and Bay Area jazz collective, Jazz Mafia. The highly hailed musicians joined forces to remix three Tyler the Creator tracks from his recent album, Goblin - "Yonkers," "Goblinz," and "Radicals." Amp and the Mafia really got busy with this ish; Mixing live instrumentation with electronic embellishments, the jazz-hop backdrop glides, bangs, and even throbs, creating an eerily dissonant perfection with Tyler's sinister tracks.