June 2009, the latest release from indie gem Toro y Moi, is a smattering of askew, fuzzed-out indie electronica that has a foundational attribute also dubbed as chillwave. Toro y Moiâ€™s seemingly effortless sonic creativity makes June 2009 a lazy survivor barely awakened with lo-fi production chops and underscored but properly righteous skateboard-inspired guitar riffs and runs, a rather naked but seductive bass lines, and synths that alternate between something one would blame as a dance floor filler at a 90’s dance club like on â€œSad Samsâ€ or all excited like on â€œBest Around.â€ Somehow in pure Toro y Moi artistic fashion, it all works well and at the able hands of South Carolina native Chaz Bundick. He does not entirely sing on-key at all times but again, it makes all that is Toro y Moi more engaging than not. The critical success of prior albums Causers of This and Underneath The Pine have already solidified Bundickâ€™s placement in the world of indie adoration and success. June 2009 is a snapshot of singles written much earlier than now, although â€œTalamakâ€ appears on an earlier album. â€œDead Pontoonâ€ has a slightly punk appeal, while â€œGirl Problemsâ€ has a dizzying guitar run and a 70’s plunky bass line. â€œDrive Southâ€ has a sweet guitar riff that sounds like it could have been used on a Michael Jackson record circa Off The Wall. June 2009 consists of lazy indie tunes set to a backdrop of a year long passed, but nothing is lost on passion with the beauty of music that lacks pretentiousness.