Foghorn: With two albums and multiple EPs that feature a wide range of styles and sounds, do you feel that you have a drive to produce different sounding work on each recording?
Chaz Bundick: No, I don’ feel that I have to. I do like changing it up though but never feel that I have to do something different each record.
F: On this upcoming stop in San Francisco you’re playing two days back to back, do you feel that you need to do something different each night or do you for the most part do the same show over for a new audience?
CB: We try to change it up for the most part each night but have a lot of the same songs that we play.
F: Bob Mould hinted in an interview this summer that you were moving to Berkeley, did you end up moving out west?
CB: Yes I moved there this summer and still live there.
F: What prompted the move and where do you like hanging out while in SF?
CB: I just love the Bay Area. As for places in SF, I like going to Dolores Park.
F: With 2012 right around the corner, do you already have your professional plans for next year?
CB: Yeah, I plan on working on the next record and not touring as much as I did this past year.
Catch Toro Y Moi live during one of his two night stints at The Great American Music Hall on October 1st and 2nd.