Damon Campbell Interviews The Internet

Posted by , Oct 22, 2015 at 02:44pm

HNHH's Damon Campbell interviews The Internet.


As Odd Future has loosened as a collective, many of its individual members have gone on to develop their own sounds, growing as artists in the process. Two of Odd Future's main producers, Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martians, went on to form their own group, The Internet, whom have developed a unique style of spacey, electro-tinged R&B. 

While touring off the success of their latest album, Ego Death, The Internet sat down with HNHH's Damon Campbell, who dug up all sorts of interesting tidbits about the six-member band made up of Syd, Matt, Jameel Bruner, Patrick Paige, and Christopher Smith; Steve Lacy was unable to make it. 

Throughout the interview, the band members discuss hilarious fun facts unearthed by Campbell, including Matt Martian's past ambitions as a golfer and as a basketball player on the same team as Lil Zane. Each member speaks on his or her past musical ensembles, including one Lupe Fiasco cover band, and Patrick reminisces about his job as a "dog washer." 

Stream Ego Death right here

HNHH's Damon Campbell interviews The Internet.

As Odd Future has loosened as a collective, many of its individual members have gone on to develop their own sounds, growing as artists in the process. Two of Odd Future's main producers, Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martians, went on to form their own group, The Internet, whom have developed a unique style of spacey, electro-tinged R&B. 

While touring off the success of their latest album, Ego Death, The Internet sat down with HNHH's Damon Campbell, who dug up all sorts of interesting tidbits about the six-member band made up of Syd, Matt, Jameel Bruner, Patrick Paige, and Christopher Smith; Steve Lacy was unable to make it. 

Throughout the interview, the band members discuss hilarious fun facts unearthed by Campbell, including Matt Martian's past ambitions as a golfer and as a basketball player on the same team as Lil Zane. Each member speaks on his or her past musical ensembles, including one Lupe Fiasco cover band, and Patrick reminisces about his job as a "dog washer." 

Stream Ego Death right here

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