Sometimes cumbersome but mostly exciting, Ty Segall's latest album is his longest and most ambitious yet.
Prolific rocker Ty Segall drops a second self-titled album that shows how far he's come over the past decade.
Garage rock titan Ty Segall is back with what's probably his most twisted album yet.
Ty Segall's latest album is one of his most methodically assembled releases yet.
As Fuzz, Ty Segall and Charlie Moothart bring the incredibly high level of distortion and energy you'd expect from a Ty-affiliated album. However, there are a slew of different factors keeping this record from sticking out in Ty's ever-growing discography: production, songwriting, vocals. All of these things keep Fuzz from feeling like a truly distinct moment--even though Ty and Charlie are shooting for an entirely different style of rock on this record. While I did like much of what Fuzz had to offer, the lack of finer details and ambition keep this LP from having much shelf life for me, honestly.
Multi-instrumentalist, Ty Segall collaborator, and songwriter Mikal Cronin has a new album on the way via Merge Records in May, and "Shout It Out" is the first track to drop from it. It's a sweet and slightly lo-fi piece of pop rock that feels simultaneously sentimental and thrilled. Enjoy!