Recorded between a basement studio in Stoke Newington and Riverfish Music in Penzance, the record is a more sonically direct effort, narrowing her previously broad palette to a handful of robust ideas.
Nina's second LP, originally released in 1959, ranges from a swinging 'Stompin' at the Savory' and an emotional 'It Might As Well Be Spring' to an English folk ballad 'Tomorrow', spirituals, and an R&B song 'You've Been Gone Too Long'.
Anything in Return serves as a tidy synopsis of everywhere Bundick has taken Toro Y Moi to date. So there's silky R&B, roller-rink pop, bubblegum funk, tasteful chillout music, all unified by a voice that's grown more confident with time. -Pitchfork