To say the least, Chaz Bundick had a busy 2015. In addition to his Les Sins project Michael, Chaz (Toro y Moi) released two new albums with What For? in April and Samantha in August. But that wasn’t everything apparently as Chaz upload four new previously unreleased tracks on his Soundcloud. We will say one thing about Chaz’s new track… even the man’s B-sides are better than many artist’s best tracks of 2015, and that says a lot!
Listen to Toro y Moi’s 4 new unreleased tracks below.
Sunday wrapped up our amazing experience during our first year at Coachella. The weekend was surreal, as music fans saw performances from Drake, Lil B, The Weeknd, Tyler the Creator, FKA Twigs, Vic Mensa, Run The Jewels and many more! While we posted a small selection of our favorite photos last weekend, to share our experience with our readers, we will be posting new photo galleries from Coachella EVERY DAY FOR THE NEXT MONTH. We saw over 30 great performances this past weekend and we will share our collection of photos of each until we run out!
Check out our fifth Coachella Photo Series, of Toro y Moi’s Weekend One performance, below.
Toro y Moi has released his new music video for the first single of his forthcoming What For? album, titled ‘Empty Nesters’. Check out the fun retro video below, which is shot and directed by Chaz Bundick (Toro y Moi) himself.
What For? will be available on April 7th via Carpark Records.
Check out Toro y Moi’s new single ‘Empty Nesters’, off Toro y Moi’s forthcoming album What For?. The new album is expected to release April 7th on Carpark Records, less than a year after the release of Chaz Bundick’s Les Sins album Michael (one of our Top Albums of 2014). Pre-order What For? now oniTunesand listen to ‘Empty Nesters’ below.
It is a personal, deep rooted, almost religious belief of mine that Chaz Bundick, more popularly known as Toro Y Moi, is one of the few people on the planet that can musically do no wrong. With his latest release under his dance-house moniker, Les Sins, Chaz continues to prove my theory with a release that might lack in innovation, but makes up for it in quality withhis first dance project, Michael.