THE INTERNET members Syd, Matt Martians, Steve Lacy, C&T, and Patrick Paige II have all released solo albums, but they're making major waves as the five-piece band with their fourth studio album, Hive Mind, released last month. "Come Together," "Come Over" and "La Di Da" are a few releases from the project that's been well received, so much so, the [More]
In prep for their forthcoming studio album, Hive Mind, funky collective The Internet drops the video for the second single, "Come Over." The self-directed clip is set in a colorful suburban setting where lead singer Syd serenades her love interest while group member Patrick Paige II yells at guitar playing Steve Lacy for “f*cking up the vibrations.” "Come Over" is [More]
THE INTERNET is a funk/R&B band that's bringing back the aesthetic of Mint Condition and Tony Toni Tone in the likes of musicianship and grooving jams. Members Syd Bennett, Matthew Martin, Patrick Paige II, Christopher Allan Smith and Steve Lacy have announced a new album titled Hive Mind, due out on July 20th, and the newest release "Come Over" has [More]
In its most nostalgic way, FYF Fest announced the 2018 festival lineup. The fest has returned to its two-day programming and will feature performances from Florence + The Machine, Janet Jackson, Future, The XX, My Bloody Valentine, St. Vincent and more. Founder Sean Carlson has stepped down following recent sexual assault allegations. The change has forced the festival to place [More]
Brooklyn's weekend-long Afropunk Fest celebration returns with a hot new line up. The festival will take place at Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park in Fort Greene on August 25 and 26. Each year, Afropunk provides a theme for its attendees and this year is no different. This year's theme is The People Resist, which "brings together AFROPUNK ideology and the people who support it, [More]
Featuring Janelle MonÃ¡e, the sultry and jazzy track boast a soothing and nostalgic vibe all while being bittersweet in lyrics.
Syd and Matt have been honing their musical craft since they were teenagers and even with Odd Future.
The Internet was formed by OFWGKTA members Syd Tha Kyd, Matt Martians, Patrick Paige, Christopher Smith, and Taylor Walker.
Thank The Internets. The duo of Matt Martians and Syd tha Kyd bends synth waves with jazz melodies that relaxes your mind and makes your body jerk with funk.
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA) alternative soul duo The Internet (Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martian) release the music video for "Fastlane."