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The Internet’s ‘Hive Mind’ Arrives

After much anticipation, The Internet‘s fourth studio album Hive Mind has arrived. Fittingly titled, the project showcases the band’s growth as a unit and propels the best of Syd‘s silky vocals and lyrical finesse, Matt‘s retrofuturist synths and energetic melodies, Steve‘s beachy guitar grooves, Patrick‘s pleasingly sophisticated pocket and Chris’ expressive drum chops to a…

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The Internet Returns with “ROLL! (Burbank Funk)” Single and Video

After 2015’s Ego Death, members of The Internet have embarked on solo journeys from Syd‘s Fin to Matt Martians‘ Drum Chord Theory and, most recently, Patrick Paige II‘s forthcoming Letters of Irrelevance EP. They vowed to reunite as a unit in order to bring us more genre-defying jams and today the band’s newest single “ROLL! (Burbank…

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Ravyn Lenae’s Steve Lacy-produced EP ‘Crush’ is Groundbreaking Music

Ravyn Lenae and Steve Lacy are the collaborative duo we never knew we needed and their joint EP Crush is the proof. With the Chicago-hailing songstress’ soulful voice dancing all over Lacy’s breezy production and sumptuously textured guitar chords, each track testifies in favor of the fluidity of both of their signature panaches. The EP…

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Audio: Steve Lacy, “4real”

Steve Lacy, bassist for The Internet and solo wizkid, returns with a rock ‘n’ roll quick cut, “4real.” The high energy track is a pop of fresh air from the stagnancy. We always love to see Steve explore sonically with new styles, yet keeping that signature sound we got acquainted with on The Internet’s Ego Death.  The…

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Tyler, The Creator and Steve Lacy Deliver Futuristic Nostalgia on ‘The Late Show’

We’re starting a petition to request the names Tyler, The Creator and Steve Lacy be added as synonyms to the word “charming” in every reference text. Late night television got some soul last night as the fellas serenaded the stage of Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show to the mellow groove of duet number “911.” The Soul Train-inspired…

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Audio: Steve Lacy, “MORON”

Within a week of The Internet bandmate Syd’s loosie release, Steve Lacy follows up with his release of “MORON,” a track intended to appear on his solo debut, Steve Lacy’s Demo. As he vaguely wrote to Twitter, “This song didn’t make the demo but my friends and I all agree this is one the world should hear so..” “MORON” is…

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Interview: Steve Lacy is the Wunderkind Challenging Musical Norms

Something about California youth culture, from the reckless to the rich kids, from the bay to the border, the state has been one of the most influential meccas of all-around American mainstream. The sounds that come out of the west all seem to have this refreshing, open feel to it, telling the stories we sometimes have trouble…

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Audio: Steve Lacy, “Dark Red”

With just four days left until the release of his debut solo project, Steve Lacy has shared another impeccable single titled “Dark Red.” The breezy feel of vintage instrumentation cruise the open road of the track’s production as Lacy’s old soul vocals beg a lover’s promise to never depart. A seasoned cut, “Dark Red” further…

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Matt Martians Shares “Dent Jusay” Visual with ‘The Drum Chord Theory’ Album Release

The first of The Internet’s independent projects has officially landed. Matt Martians’ wonky and sometimes spacey The Drum Chord Theory is consistently musical throughout all 12 tracks. The LP houses electronic, jazzy and soulful vibes weaving between melodic vocal eccentricities and features from Kari Faux and fellow bandmates Steve Lacy and Syd. Personal favorite “Southern…

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Watch Steve Lacy’s Promposal in “Some” Visual

As promised, The Internet‘s music-making whizkid Steve Lacy is immersing himself in his solo work and we couldn’t be more charmed by the young creative’s ever-unfolding talent. In his first ever solo visual, “Some” finds Steve soaking in some much needed advice from friends before going after a crush in the most classic of ways. Pulling out…

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Audio: Steve Lacy, “Some”

I’ve often called Steve Lacy “otherworldly” since it’s difficult to fathom all that skyscraping talent and limitless creativity crammed into one human vessel. But no matter how extraterrestrial his talent makes him seem, he’s just as human as the rest of us when it comes to this love thing. In his latest single “Some,” The…

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