The Internet's fourth album, their most focused if not their most compelling, is a distillation of everything that makes them so distinctively cool.
This one-two punch from the Internet is a woozy slice of organic soul that distances itself enough from traditional R&B that they're probably going to get tagged with the "alternative R&B".
Afropunk Fest felt more politically charged this year. People had their hands in the air as a tribute to Michael Brown nearly as often as they did for the performers.
‘Over Ten Tons of Internet’: An Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith, the Poet Who Tried to Print the Entire Internet
The average professor spends the summer revising syllabi and maybe teaching a class or two. Kenneth Goldsmith spent his printing out the Internet.