Odd Future’s dulcet funked-out appendage The Internet has graced us with an early peak at their upcoming LP Feel Good, for which we should all be ecstatic. If you caught wind of the group’s frenzied genre smashing debut Purple Naked Ladies, you’ve been anticipating this release as much as the rest of the community. And what a treat it is. Comprising of a honeyed tandem of the virtuous Syd Tha Kid and fellow hand behind the Odd Future curtain Matt Martian, the nectarous duo have aspired to the highest form of synthed out love makin’ music.
Syd’s voice effortlessly swoops through the plush landscapes Martian’s production manifests on this album. Their blend of washed out clavichords and Rhodes, silky vocals and exceptional funk sensibilities, is truly worthy of some next level praise (seriously, we’re talking The Neptunes meets The Mary Jane Girls in Studio 54 type stuff.) The album features noteworthy cameos from Mac Miller, Tay Walker, and Jesse Boykins III, and boasts the distinct quality of live instrumentation, something so blatantly absent from many of the group’s contemporaries. Odd Future may very well be the most polarizing collective in music today, but The Internet has proven to be the legitimate unspoken champion of what seems to be an endless roster of auxiliary acts operating under the nutty OFWGKTA umbrella. Peep the strong sophomore LP from The Internet below, and be sure to support the group by picking up the album when it hits the digital shelves tomorrow.