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On Friday, an asteroid struck Stereogum's bank of computer servers, or something, and we were out of commission for the day. This was, of course, tragic, since it sent all of you home for the weekend…   Read Story »
Last month, Toro Y Moi gave us the badass HARRYS-directed playboy-style video for "So Many Details," the first single from his new album Anything In Return. And now, for the unbearably smooth…   Read Story »
Throughout the course of my life I have not been what you would call an R&B listener. A brief history of my dabbling: I owned a cassette copy of Boyz II Men's II because who didn't? A year later I…   Read Story »
This is a mournful moment, given the heartbreaking news coming from Connecticut. And while there are far better uses of your time and bandwidth right now -- demandaplan.org, for instance -- this here…   Read Story »
Home-studio memory-manipulator Toro Y Moi releases his new album Anything In Return next month, and now the awesomely squirmy plastic-soul first single "So Many Details" gets a video. In the…   Read Story »
How does the word "chillwave" make you feel in the waning weeks of 2012? If it doesn't make you say "huh?" it probably makes you say "ugh." We all have a different tolerance for contrived trend…   Read Story »
Odd Future leader Tyler, The Creator has been a vocal fan of Toro Y Moi for as long as he's been in the public eye, and he worked with Toro on the new song "Hey You" a couple of months ago. And now…   Read Story »
Toro Y Moi's got a new LP out at the top of next year, and today he released a gurgling bit of electro-soul called "So Many Details." It's one of the weirdest things he's ever done, and early returns…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park hosted the eighth annual Afro-punk Festival, a two-day event offering gourmet food trucks, street art, skating and BMX competitions, and an…   Read Story »
Today, Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick dropped a couple of new dance/house tracks as alter ego Les Sins, a pair of songs called "Fetch" and "Taken." The first is a twinkling, rumbling slab of house and the…   Read Story »