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The Internet’s Steve Lacy previews debut solo album with new song “Dark Red” — listen

Grammy-nominated guitarist's love for Mac DeMarco shows on this lead single

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    Members of the Grammy-nominated hip-hop collective The Internet are striking out on their own in a big way this year. Earlier this month, co-founder Syd issued her debut album, Fin; now, guitarist Steve Lacy is prepping his own first-ever solo LP. It’s dubbed Steve Lacy’s Demo and slated for release on February 24th.

    As a preview of what’s to come this Friday, lead single “Dark Red” has been unveiled. A bit of a departure from The Internet’s Odd Future stylings, Lacy’s original material fuses old school soul with lo-fi, jangly rock. The hybrid sounds a little odd at first glance, I know, but just think of Mac DeMarco kicking it with some Motown records. Interestingly enough, Lacy’s been a big fan of the jizz jazzer for some time now:

    Stream “Dark Red” below.

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