Ty Segall - Sleeper

The young San Francisco psych-rock don Ty Segall cranks out albums quickly, but each of those albums has its own sense of sonic identity. Segall has flirted with a quieter singer-songwriter sound before, going for Neil Young fuzz-bliss on 2011′s Goodbye Bread. But Segall’s new album Sleeper still works as a big leap, as it finds Segall jumping into mystical, mostly-acoustic, Syd Barrett-influenced flower-child psychedelia. Fortunately, Segall seems to get this sound just as easily as he gets everything else, and the album is a swirly trip. And right now, you can stream the whole thing at NPR.

Sleeper is out 8/20 on Drag City.

Comments (2)
  1. Ty Segall is one consistent ass mafucka, so much respect for how fast he cranks out albums, really looking forward to this.

  2. This album is solid gold!

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