Chaz Bundick of Toro Y Moi served as a guest DJ and chatted with Zane Lowe about his forthcoming live album and concert film Live From Trona. Bundick shared a first listen of a new live version of “Grown Up Calls” and now he’s releasing a video of the band performing the song under the stars in the Mojave Desert.
The Live From Trona record will be released digitally on August 5 and on limited edition vinyl on November 4. The Live From Trona concert film will screen at New York’s House of Vans on August 2, Los Angeles’ Ace Hotel Theatre DTLA on August 4, and Bundick’s hometown of Columbia, South Carolina’s Nickelodeon Theatre on August 4.
Toro Y Moi: Live From Trona Tour
* w/ The Mattson 2
11/07: Neptune – Seattle, WA*
11/09: Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR*
11/10: The UC Theatre – Berkeley, CA*
11/11: SLO Brew – San Luis Obispo, CA*
11/12: Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival – Los Angeles, CA
11/14: Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ*
11/15: Tricky Falls – El Paso, TX*
11/16: Meow Wolf – Santa Fe, NM*
11/17: Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO*
11/18: Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT*
11/19: Knitting Factory – Boise, ID*
11/20: The Badlander – Missoula, MT*
In April of 2016, following a year of non-stop touring and promotion of his fourth album What For?, Chaz Bundick of Toro Y Moi and his live band decamped to California’s Mojave Desert for a recording session that resulted in Live From Trona, a 13-track album featuring live versions of songs from across Toro Y Moi’s acclaimed catalog. Carpark Records will release Live From Trona digitally on August 5th and in physical format as a limited edition pink vinyl double LP on November 4th. Pre-orders will become available on July 25th. Filmmaker Harry Israelson captured the entire recording process and directed the documentary Toro Y Moi: Live From Trona, featuring exclusive performance footage and candid scenes. Live From Trona will be released as Vimeo’s first ever concert film and will screen at New York’s House of Vans on August 2nd, the Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles on August 4th, and Columbia, South Carolina’s Nickelodeon Theatre on August 4th.