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Toro Y Moi designs own bottle of wine and accompanying playlist

The wine is described as combining 'avory notes of saline, spicy white pepper and deep blueberry'

Electronic musician Toro Y Moi has designed his very own bottle of wine.

Collaborating with winemakers Frequency, the producer – real name Chaz Bundick – has released a wine called Syrah. A press release describes the wine’s taste as combining “avory notes of saline, spicy white pepper and deep blueberry with supple texture and fresh acidity”.

Bundick has also compiled a playlist to listen to whilst drinking the wine, which features soul and R&B cuts. Listen below and purchase the wine here.

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Toro Y Moi recently released his new album ‘What For?’. It is the sixth album Chaz Bundick has released under the moniker and follows on from 2013’s ‘Anything in Return’.

In 2013, Bundick posted a cover of a song Ricky Gervais’ character David Brent plays in The Office, ‘Slough’, onto SoundCloud. Writing a message to accompany the track, he said: “Dear Ricky, hope you like this cover. Peace, Chaz.”

The ‘What For?’ tracklsting is as follows::

‘What You Want’
‘Buffalo’
‘The Flight’
‘Empty Nesters’
‘Ratcliff’
‘Lilly’
‘Spell It Out’
‘Half Dome’
‘Run Baby Run’
‘Yeah Right’

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