Chaz Bundick, known for his work as Toro Y Moi, assumes the name Les Sins for his latest, dance beat project. Angel Ceballos hide caption

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    Les Sins
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    2014

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Clockwise from upper left: Courtney Barnett, Pops Staples, Toro Y Moi, Other Lives Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Toro Y Moi, Courtney Barnett, Pops Staples, More

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Toro Y Moi: A Pioneer Of 'Chillwave' On California's Complications

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In "Leave Everywhere," Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick reinvents himself as a one-man rock band. Forrest Casey hide caption

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'Leave Everywhere' by Toro Y Moi

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