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Odd Future's The Internet is back with 'Feel Good'

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Cover of the album "Feel Good" by The Internet.
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Cover of the album "Feel Good" by The Internet.

The Internet isn't just a technological invention that has revolutionized the way we live our lives. It's also the name of an LA-based neo-soul group who are part of the Odd Future collective, a group of 20-somethings who've taken over the L.A. music scene.

The Internet isn't just a technological invention that has revolutionized the way we live our lives. It's also the name of an LA-based neo-soul group who are part of the Odd Future collective, a group of 20-somethings who've taken over the L.A. music scene. 

It was Odd Future's leader, Tyler the Creator (who we've had on the show before), who discovered our next guests Matt Martians and Syd Tha Kyd, two members of The Internet.

They recently released a new album titled "Feel Good" to very positive reviews.

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But before the critical acclaim, before they were able to work in a nice studio, they were in an apartment in Culver City where they recorded their first album. A Martinez sat down with them to talk about their humble roots. 

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