Syd

8.9.18

Odd Future Reunite For Live Show at Low End Theory’s Closing Party

Tyler, the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Hodgy Beats, Syd and more took to the stage for the first time in years and performed OF fan favourites.

6.28.18

The Internet Play "Come Over" in a Cozy 'Fallon' Living Room

Christopher Smith changed the beat up, Syd sprawled out on a couch, and Steve Lacy pulled a solo in front of a houseplant.

6.7.18

Watch Very Gay New Videos from The Internet, Troye Sivan, and Rita Ora

The videos for "Come Over," "Bloom," and "Girls" are extremely good (and extremely gay).

5.30.18

"Come Over" Is the Internet Back at Their Smoothly Confident Best

Syd, Steve Lacy and co. have also announced a new album, 'Hive Mind,' out July 20.

4.27.18

The Internet Return With New Single "Roll (Burbank Funk)" and Video

The Los Angeles band's first single since 2015 features guitarist Steve Lacy on vocals, and it's really damn good.

12.20.17

Queer Women Ruled Pop This Year

St. Vincent, Torres, MUNA, Syd, Kehlani and loads of others gave me something to relate to in 2017.

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10.19.17

Space Aliens May Not Exist But This Sweet Sampha and Syd Collab Does

Consider "Show Love" from the Everything Is Recorded project a cosmic bridge between London and LA.

9.8.17

Syd's New EP Is a Perfect Crystallisation of Her Smooth Sound

'Always Never Home' is more silky genius in the vein of her album 'Fin.'

3.27.17

Syd's Outtake "Treading Water" Is Better Than Your Fave's Lead Single

Blame Big Sean for this being cut from 'Fin.'

3.17.17

Matt Martians is the Funk Whisperer of Right Now

With 'The Drum Chord Theory,' The Internet keyboardist takes his turn at a solo project—but it's still a jam session among friends.

3.3.17

On Syd's Depth and Resonance: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

The Dean tackles new albums from Nnamdi Ogbonnaya and Syd, before looking back at recent records by NxWorries and John Legend.

1.24.17

Syd's "Body" Is a Much-Needed Update to the Slow Jam Formula

It's no "Feelin' on Yo Booty," and that's probably a good thing.

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