Ghost in the 404 returns with new cuts from Toro y Moi, Elysia Crampton, and more.
Justin Carroll-Allan gets you ready for summer love, breaking down Toro Y Moi's "A Girl Like You."
Spring for the more luxurious candle
Chaz is back with two new singles off of his upcoming album "What For?"
Toro y Moi – “Campo” September 10, 2013
Relatively quiet as kept, Toro y Moi has made the biggest strides of any young songwriter. A few years ago, his songs felt like wispy pretty sketches, insubstantial enough to get wiped out in the next chillwave. Since then, he absorbed the lessons of Dungen and Dam-Funk, merged them with always salient affection for J […]
Toro y Moi Pays No Mind March 25, 2013
I wholeheartedly endorse Toro y Moi’s decision to full on embrace smoked out boogie funk. A totally awesome decision and the Dam Funk refreak of “Say That” makes too much sense (see below the jump). In summary: flea markets > thrift shops. Toro y Moi > Everything called chillwave in 2010. Puppies > Everything. Chaz […]
Max Bell prefers to speak Flemish. Kool Keith had Dr. Octagon (and Black Elvis and Dr. Doom and other names I’m forgetting). RZA had Bobby Digital. Mos Def has rechristened himself Yasiin Bey—I still call him Mos Def. And before there was MF Doom there was KMD’s Zev Love X. Basically, music, and rap music […]
Max Bell grew up two miles from the beach. Don’t question him, brah. You may like chillwave. You may hate chillwave. And you may be asking yourself whether chillwave is a band, a genre, or a nice and slow shoulder-height wave that breaks left at just the right moment. You know, a chill wave. Don’t […]