The sole female member of the Odd Future collective, DJ/singer/producer Syd da Kid, has come together with singer/producer Matt Martian to form difficult-to-Google duo The Internet. On They Say, one of three new singles released by the Booth newcomers last week, Martian’s spacey, off-kilter groove sets the stage for some soulful motivational lyricism from both members of the twosome. Has this single piqued your interest? Keep it locked for release details on The Internet’s debut full-length, the December-bound Purple Naked Ladies.
Written by richard on 11/4/11
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