The Internet (band)

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The Internet
Origin Los Angeles, California, USA
Genres Trip hop, electronica, funk, soul
Years active 2011–present
Labels Odd Future Records
Associated acts OFWGKTA, The Jet Age of Tomorrow, Quadron, Tyler, The Creator, Kilo Kish, Chad Hugo, Mac Miller,
Website internet-band.com, oddfuture.com
Members Syd Bennett
Matt "Martians" Martin
Jameel Bruner
Midtown Pat
Christopher A. Smith

The Internet is a soul band consisting of Odd Future members Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians,[1] as well as Jameel Bruner, Patrick Paige and Christopher A. Smith.

History[edit]

Internet was formed in late 2011 by OFWGKTA members Syd Tha Kyd and Matt Martians, along with touring members Patrick Paige, Christopher Smith, and Jameel Bruner.

Their debut album Purple Naked Ladies was released on December 20, 2011.[1][2] It was the first Odd Future album to be released through Odd Future Records. Two songs from the album, "Cocaine" and "Fastlane", had music videos to accompany their release. The Internet has a song included on the Odd Future album The Odd Future Tape Vol. 2.[3]

The band released their second album "Feel Good" in September 2013, and received praise from fans and critics. The first single from the album, "Give It Time", was released through Odd Future's official SoundCloud.[4] On June 10, 2013, The band backed Mac Miller in London in promotion of his second album Watching Movies with the Sound Off. Work on their third album is currently in progress and is expected to be released halfway through 2015.[5]

Discography[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

  • Purple Naked Ladies: 4 Bonus Songs (2012)[6]

With OFWGKTA[edit]

Production credits[edit]

List of songs produced by The Internet
Title Year Album Artist(s)
"Navy" 2012 Homeschool EP Kilo Kish
"Watergun" Non-album

Remixes[edit]

Touring members[edit]

References[edit]

List of remixes by The Internet
Title Year Album Artist(s)
"Blue Jeans (Odd Future's The Internet Remix)" 2012 Non-album Lana Del Rey
"You're The One (Odd Future's The Internet feat. Mike G Remix)" Heartbreaks and Earthquakes - The Mixtape is not porn Charli XCX
Fitzpleasure (Odd Future's The Internet Remix)" Summer Remix EP Alt-J