Dec 2011 20

For a collective we’d fully embraced (perhaps nostalgically) for it’s sense of late-teen rebellion, who knew a Golf Wang off-shoot would be producing such mature, mellifluous grooves as ‘Love Song-1’, ‘They Say’ and ‘Cocaine’. With demonstrative breakouts from Tyler, Frank and now Syd (alongside cohort Matt Martians), it’s been a memorable junior year for Odd Futurism – doing what they want to, making the music that they want to and generally finding their feet.

The Internet’s debut album Purple Naked Ladies is out now. Enjoy the above cut from it, thoroughly vibes as I’m eager and certain the rest of the LP is.