The Internet

Soul band

Band

Sydney Bennett – Vocals
Matt Martin – Synths
Patrick Page – Bass
Jameel Bruner – Keys
Steve Lacey – Guitar
Christopher Smith – Drums

The Internet on KCRW

The Internet’s sound is full of swagger and style.

Throwback Session: The Internet live on MBE in 2015

The Internet’s sound is full of swagger and style.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Seductive, soulful and filled with swagger, Odd Future affiliate Syd tha Kyd leads an incredible group of LA musicians known as The Internet.

The Internet

Seductive, soulful and filled with swagger, Odd Future affiliate Syd tha Kyd leads an incredible group of LA musicians known as The Internet.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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