Les Sins - Prelim
Like just about everyone else, I’ve been a fan of Chaz Bundick and Toro y Moi ever since Causers of This first made its way into my ears, so when I heard of his alter ego dance project, Les Sins, I didn’t hesitate to take a listen. Last month when Bundick dropped “Fetch" and "Taken”, two tracks from his upcoming full length out on March 18th via JIALONG, I wasn’t taken back like I had expected to be but that was no reason to give up hope (and I’m glad that I didn’t). A few days ago the internet was treated to two more tracks from the album: the seductive, funk laden “Grind" and the eerie, hip hop driven, lean inducing "Prelim" and thus, my faith in Les Sins was restored. I don’t know how Bundick does it and frankly, I’m not sure anyone does, but as with his other material, Les Sins is growing to be something that could only come from the mind of Chaz himself and with "Grind" and Prelim", this upcoming LP is definitely shaping up to be promising, fresh, and ingenuous to say the least.