Following a prolific end to 2015, the last few months have been quiet on the Toro Y Moi front for Chaz Bundick. With only a few sights and sounds circulating the internets since he dropped off the surprise Samantha mixtape/album, the world is growing restless for something new from South Carolinian music man.
Today, we don’t have that, exactly. Instead, we bring you a freshly-surfaced exploration of the Bundick brain and the man at home in the short documentary, Chaz: In Parts. It follows Bundick in his creative process and affords him the space to discuss his ascent from bagel shop beginnings to the forerunner in a whole new wave of bedroom musicians and producers. Those looking for a discourse in how to create on your own terms and maintain your integrity doing so, need not look any further than this lo-fi 15-minute spread.
Step into the mind and process of Toro Y Moi in the 15-minute mini-doc below and hold tight for his next transmission (shouldn’t be too long now.) Jump back to stream and download his Samantha mixtape for the righteously low price of free ninety-nine.
Voodoo & Old Donuts.