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premiere: astronauts, etc. – The Room
Bay Area pianist (and touring keyboardist for Toro y Moi) Anthony Ferraro, aka Astronauts, etc. shares another beautiful new track from his forthcoming LP Living In Symbol, "an ode to the unknown future", co-produced by Chaz Bear of Toro Y Moi...
hear new tracks from Neon Indian + Toro y Moi
Taken from Adult Swim's new "dream pop electro soul" (fka chillwave) compilation LUXE, which also features new material from Tei Shi, Múm, and others. Listen to Neon Indian's "Theme for a Dream" + Toro y Moi's "Spring" -- both among the waviest things either artist has done in years -- below:
video: Madeline Kenney – Signals
Oakland's Madeline Kenney shares the hazy, dreamlike visuals for the achingly beautiful and poignant title track from her new Signals EP, out now on Toro y Moi's label Company. Directed and edited by Brendan Nakahara + Madeline Kenney:
Madeline Kenney – Signals
Shout out to Chaz Bundick for the heads up on the latest signee to his label Company Records, Oakland's Madeline Kenney, and her forthcoming new EP, recorded with Chaz in his Berkeley studio. Madeline's bandcamp bio says of her self-described "twang-hazy dream pop": "It's like if Loretta Lynn had a secret shoegaze project and an obsession with a looper pedal"...
polaroids from Fun Fun Fun Fest X
Scenes from the 10th annual edition of the best music festival in the world, Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest, featuring Grimes, Schoolboy Q, Neon Indian, GZA, Rae Sremmurd, Toro y Moi, Ty Segall in a creepy baby mask + more. Plus photos of TOPS, Pure Bathing Culture, and Shamir, from our official GvsB-presented FFF Nites show, made possible by #Grammyamplifier, a Hyundai Music initiative...
polaroids: FYF Fest 2015
The annual Los Angeles-based FYF Fest was humble in size, sweet and yet progressively cool -- like Coachella's little sister that borrowed its clothes. We got to spend the day hopping to shows, eating colored popsicles, and thanking the universe we'd worn proper shoes. All the while getting to hang with the bands that make the heat worth it. Between finding abandoned kitchen sinks with Toro y Mo

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