Watch Toro Y Moi’s new video for "Never Matter", directed by Steve Daniels.

Watch Toro Y Moi’s new video for "Never Matter", directed by Steve Daniels.







"Identity politics are becoming less important since culture’s being blended into one big thing, especially in younger people. Kids are starting to dress the same, listen to the same music. I look at their Tumblrs and they’re all into the same things."

Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bundick



Check out Toro Y Moi’s new album Anything in Return, now playing at Pitchfork Advance.

Check out Toro Y Moi’s new album Anything in Return, now playing at Pitchfork Advance.



Toro Y Moi’s subtly grooving "Say That" is our latest Best New Track.

Toro Y Moi’s subtly grooving "Say That" is our latest Best New Track.



Toro Y Moi is going on tour in Europe and North America this winter. 

Toro Y Moi is going on tour in Europe and North America this winter. 




Listen to a new slow jam from Toro Y Moi, "So Many Details", from his forthcoming album Anything in Return



Toro Y Moi’s "All Alone" is his ”giddiest and most subtly sleazy pop song to date.” It’s also our latest Best New Track.

Toro Y Moi’s "All Alone" is his ”giddiest and most subtly sleazy pop song to date.” It’s also our latest Best New Track.



Toro Y Moi is live on KCRW’s "Morning Becomes Eclectic" right now— listen in.



Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick tells us about the sexed-up citrus featured on the cover of his new album: “I  thought the fruit had a really cool texture, and it pretty much  resembles female parts; you don’t think of a pomelo as a feminine fruit   until you peel apart the wedges.”
Read the full interview here.

Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick tells us about the sexed-up citrus featured on the cover of his new album: “I thought the fruit had a really cool texture, and it pretty much resembles female parts; you don’t think of a pomelo as a feminine fruit until you peel apart the wedges.”

Read the full interview here.



On his Best New Music'd new album, Underneath the Pine, Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick breaks away from the chillwave pack and “pulls  from the French pop and krautrock obsessions of Broadcast and Stereolab,  imbuing pastoral, acoustic plucks and synth drones with rhythmic  purpose.”
Read Ian Cohen’s review.

On his Best New Music'd new album, Underneath the Pine, Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick breaks away from the chillwave pack and “pulls from the French pop and krautrock obsessions of Broadcast and Stereolab, imbuing pastoral, acoustic plucks and synth drones with rhythmic purpose.”

Read Ian Cohen’s review.




It’s the smoky official video for Toro Y Moi's recent Best New Track, “New Beat”. Stream the upcoming Toro record, Underneath the Pine, here.




Toro Y Moi's squelched-out and funky "New Beat" is our latest Best New Track. Listen to the embed and read the review by Nick Neyland here.