13 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Chaz Bundick (a.k.a. Toro y Moi) debuted in 2010 with Causers of This. That album quickly became a poster child for the emerging chillwave genre—seamlessly melding elements of ambient music, electro-pop, and effects-laden glitch-hop. With each successive release, the producer/songwriter has continued showcasing his innate craftiness and penchant for funky, neo-soul rhythms, creating cohesive pastiches that transcend simple classification. For his third full-length, Anything in Return, the Berkeley, Calif., resident delivers our Editors’ Choice: a lush, silky collection infused with anxious house tempos (“Harm in Charge”), hypnotic R&B grooves (“So Many Details”), and indie-rock melodies brushed with pristine, high-register vocals (“Studies”).

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Chaz Bundick (a.k.a. Toro y Moi) debuted in 2010 with Causers of This. That album quickly became a poster child for the emerging chillwave genre—seamlessly melding elements of ambient music, electro-pop, and effects-laden glitch-hop. With each successive release, the producer/songwriter has continued showcasing his innate craftiness and penchant for funky, neo-soul rhythms, creating cohesive pastiches that transcend simple classification. For his third full-length, Anything in Return, the Berkeley, Calif., resident delivers our Editors’ Choice: a lush, silky collection infused with anxious house tempos (“Harm in Charge”), hypnotic R&B grooves (“So Many Details”), and indie-rock melodies brushed with pristine, high-register vocals (“Studies”).

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
379 Ratings
379 Ratings
Luismiguel92 ,

Not lame

It has no texture because it's intangible
It lacks charisma because it's not a human being
No taste because it's inedible

Great album

TRILLWAVVE ,

Toro Y Moi is back and better then ever!

This album is one of the best things I have heard in a while, with no doubt this is his best work. The album has a large amout of funk and nu disco sounds. It's much poppyer but darker, it doesn't sound like anything else out there. The best tracks are probally; So Many Detalis, Rose Quartz, High Living, Grown Up Calls, and Never Matter. But its hard just to listen to one track the whole album is great and is great to listen to all the way through.

The other random guy ,

Eargasm

I don't usually write reviews but I had to for this one. This $h!t is like an org asm in your ear. Just imagine god just licking your face then slapping you with Morgan freeman causing you to spit out gold along with a massive amount of marijuana and I'm talkin the highest quality.

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