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Strangers on the Internet


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Strangers on the Internet is an experimental pop duo from New York City. Their sound is a mixture of electro-pop, hip-hop, and classical, with strings, chimes, pianos and vocoded soprano over 808-driven drums.
Members Lilly Wolfson and Alex Neuhausen work as coders and live in a former textile factory where they produce tracks and record vocals in a homemade booth in the basement. They're fans of Stromae, St. Vincent, Logic, Future, Kendrick Lamar, Liszt, and Debussy. As resident artists of Secret Loft, a DIY Manhattan venue, they can be found performing alongside hip-hop and indie pop groups several times a month. You can also catch them around NYC at above-ground clubs like Pianos, Alphaville, and Baby’s Alright.
Explaining the group’s name, Wolfson says, “I like reading about finance and economics. I got the name Strangers on the Internet from a headline in The Wall Street Journal. I was walking around Amsterdam and the notification popped up on my phone, something about a man who takes investment direction from strangers on the internet. He has lots of money, and they tell him what to invest in, and he invests in it. I thought, it’s so funny how everything now is about that, it’s all strangers on the internet. So that’s our name.”


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