The Internet performs three tracks for NPR's Tiny Desk concert series.
Odd Future offshoot and R&B-acid jazz-trip hop fusion band The Internet is making waves. Their third album Ego Death, featuring Tyler, The Creator, Vic Mensa and Janelle Monáe, is one of the best projects to come out in 2015. It is so sumptuous that it caught the ear of NPR, who brought in the band to take part in their Tiny Desk concert series, which usually sticks to indie synth pop bands but occasionally dabbles in hip hop (they invited T-Pain to go no autotune last year).
Watch above as they squeeze together in cubicle to perform “Get Away,” and “Under Control,” and “Dontcha," and be sure to check out Ego Death if you've been neglecting that.