To say Will Toledo, aka Car Seat Headrest, was discovered overnight would be somewhat inaccurate and definitely a disservice to the prolific, ultra-talented Seattle-based musician. Matador Records founder Chris Lombardi did sign Toledo after hearing his music on CSH's Bandcamp page (carseatheadrest.bandcamp.com) but unlike other "overnight discoveries," Toledo's discography dates back to 2010 and is made up of 11 EPs, full-lengths and fuller-lengths—a couple of the albums, like 2010's Little Pieces Of Paper With "No" Written On Them, have 20 tracks. As a resume, Toledo's output reveals a dedicated musician. As a creative endeavor, it shows an innovative artist who consistently delivers, both melodically and lyrically. Toledo's lo-fi, indie sound is a perfect fit for Matador, which has released work by equally inventive artists like Stephen Malkmus (Pavement, The Jicks), Perfume Genius and Queens of the Stone Age. In a stroke of brilliance, CSH's first release on the label, Teens of Style (October 2015), is curated from previous releases, providing new listeners with a sense of where Toledo has been and a clue to where he might go on his next album—or, more likely, albums.