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Toro y Moi - Outer Peace

Toro y Moi
Outer Peace

There are some people who bought in to what Toro y Moi was doing from the very beginning. From lo-fi indie to guitar driven disco Chaz Bundick has attempted it all. His last album Boo Boo however felt like a hollow shell of the rest of his albums. The beats sagged, the pacing stunk and for the most part it was the first time that it seemed like Toro y Moi had bought into it's own hype. This record however smashes those conceptions, and instead Toro y Moi find that balance between dance and lo fi that He was so good at in the past. The ting about Toro y Moi is the sound felt like a natural progression of hip hop, dance and indie music. He managed to merge the three together in a sound that pleased everyone from Hypebeasts to coffee nerds. On "New House" He folds in trap vocals to give you this Travis Scott vibe but then the song is clearly an indie track. He manages to take his genre bending style to new heights here in a really exubera…

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