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Tyler, The Creator shows a lot of love for Toro Y Moi on Twitter, so you had to figure a collaboration between the two was only a matter of time. Apparently, the track, "Hey You," got out there…   Read Story »
In exchange for the bounty of your e-mail address, a bumpin' new Toro Y Moi track is available called "All Alone," a song from the South Carolina indie pop wizard Chaz Bundick's forthcoming Freaking…   Read Story »
I’m Corban Goble, the younger of the two new Stereogum staff writers (shout outs Breihan). Previously I was a staff writer for Time Out New York’s music section and I’ve contributed to a bunch…   Read Story »
Toro Y Moi's Underneath The Pines track "How I Know" gets a Jordan Kim directed video set in a house haunted by ghost twins who are bent on killing a trio of bumbling dudes, but it's much more goofy…   Read Story »
Chaz Bundick recorded his Freaking Out EP last month during a break from touring. Here's one of the post-Underneath The Pine tracks, a cover of Alexander O'Neal & Cherelle's "Saturday…   Read Story »
When Cut Copy came to the Williamsburg waterfront last summer, Zonoscope was still largely unheard and the band promised "Blink And You'll Miss A Revolution" would be their next single. Actually it…   Read Story »
Here's the sequel to last year's popular heartbreak of a mixtape, Cruel Summer. That one was worn, forlorn, and sexual, it was the soundtrack arc to your winter romance burning up and melting in the…   Read Story »
We still have plenty of time and music left in 2011, but since we're at the halfway (or so) mark, we thought it made sense to pause and take stock of the best albums of the year so far. There was…   Read Story »
As we saw on Washed Out's "Eyes Be Closed" and Memory Tapes' Player Piano, artists associated one way or another with "chillwave" are stretching their legs in 2011, suggesting different angles away…   Read Story »
Toro Y Moi modeled some spring clothing for New York-based label Baron Wells. Photographer Drew Innis took Chazwick Bundick to the Ace Hotel in New York for the shoot. It's a natural location choice:…   Read Story »