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FUZZ – “Till The End Of The Day” (Kinks Cover)

Ty Segall's bludgeoning stoner-rock power trio FUZZ released their self-titled debut album last year, but since they're a Ty Segall project, it's tough to imagine them sitting still for long. The band has just recorded its own version of the Kinks' snorting 1965 mod classic "Till The End Of The Day," releasing it… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 14, 2014

Ty Segall – “The Man Man” Video

Bay Area garage rock don Ty Segall released his spacey, sinister stripped-back psych album Sleeper a few months ago. His new video for the album track "The Man Man" would've been perfect for Halloween, but it's still pretty badass a few days later. In the LEAF-directed video, a quartet of terrifying monster-masked gunmen stalk Segall… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 5, 2013

Stream Endless Bummer Ripper Current EP

Endless Bummer is an L.A.-based trio making sludge-surf punk who are about to drop a four track-EP of grimy garage called Ripper Current via In The Red Recordings. The collection is the first to be recorded at Ty Segall's Sweat Lodge, his brand new backyard studio. And if those qualifications hadn't already piqued your interests,… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / October 22, 2013

Watch Ty Segall’s Weird Sleeper TV Commercials

Last month, Drag City released another great album by San Francisco's Ty Segall, Sleeper. Now, the label has posted a funny series of TV commercials for the album on their YouTube channel. "We're guessing that most of the planet doesn't live in Phoenix, Athens, GA, Denver, or Portland, where the commercial ran," wrote Drag City… More »

By: Liz Pelly / September 21, 2013

FUZZ – “What’s In My Head”

If you didn't hear their awesome first single, everything you need to know about Ty Segall's new band FUZZ you can pretty much gather from their debut album's art pictured above. I mean look at that thing, it is equal parts demon, angel, and Falcor The Luck Dragon. That combination is also a… More »

By: Miles Bowe / September 12, 2013

Stream 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, a… More »

By: Tom Breihan / August 12, 2013

FUZZ – “Loose Sutres”

Prodigious garage riffster Ty Segall has a side-project called FUZZ which, after a series of singles, is set to release a full-length album. It's called FUZZ, which is appropriate, descriptive, and fundamentally considerate: If you don't like stomping psych rock heavy on riffs that are, yes, fuzzed up, steer clear of "Loose Sutres." If… More »

By: Amrit Singh / July 9, 2013

Stereogum Monthly Mix: May 2013

A few days late but stacked with excellence, here is your collection of May's absolute jams. For optimal ease of consumption, you'll find it here in three forms: a 12-track downloadable zip of the month's best free MP3s, a 15-song Spotify playlist of May's finest Spotify-enabled tracks, and to close it out, a 46-track Soundcloud… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 7, 2013

Ty Segall Announces New Album Sleeper

Last year, the young Bay Area garage-rock god Ty Segall released three full-length albums, which is ridiculous. Thus far this year, he's been in slothful mode, limiting himself to a couple of singles from his new stoner-metal power trio Fuzz, a T. Rex tribute EP, and a heaping handful of spare tracks. And now he'… More »

By: Tom Breihan / May 15, 2013

Ty Segall – “Music For A Film 1″

It's a big day for Ty Segall on the internet. His old crony Mikal Cronin is streaming an excellent album, his new band Fuzz dropped a video, and now Segall is ready to let the world know that he can funk. Segall, normally a wooly Bay Area fuzz-rocker, has a song on a… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 29, 2013

Fuzz – “Fuzz’s Fourth Dream” Video

Here's "Fuzz's Fourth Dream," another track from Ty Segall's new psych band Fuzz. Its black and white clip is pretty low-key, primarily just the trio performing together. But what makes it so great is seeing Segall get his Don Henley on and how amused he is by his own drumming. It's hard not to smile… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / April 29, 2013

Ty Segall – “The Motivator” (T. Rex Cover)

The Black Lips aren't the only garage-punks whose Record Store Day cover of a classic '70s song is streaming online today. Three years ago, San Franciscan savant Ty Segall released Ty Rex, a Record Store Day EP of T. Rex covers. This year, he goes back to the well for Ty Rex 2, a… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 1, 2013

Fuzz – “Sleigh Ride”

Fuzz is the new Sabbath-informed heavy-psych power-trio side project from Bay Area garage great Ty Segall. Back in January, they released their debut single, and we posted both of its songs. Right now, Fuzz are working on their debut full-length with engineer and past Segall collaborator Chris Woodhouse, and they'll release another single next… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 27, 2013

Ty Segall – “Thank God For Sinners” Video

You know in the Jim Henson movie Labyrinth when Jennifer Connelly's character is making real strides to find her goblin-captured baby brother but lands in a scenario where she has to choose the proper door to get her to the Goblin King — played by David Bowie — and ends up falling down a hole… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / January 16, 2013

Hear Two Songs From Ty Segall’s New Band Fuzz

The outrageously productive San Francisco fuzz rocker Ty Segall released three albums last year, but that's apparently not enough. Segall has lately teamed up with his touring guitarist Charlie Mootheart to form a semi-mysterious new duo called Fuzz, and the new band just quietly released a couple of loud songs on a new 7". "Thi… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 3, 2013

Watch Ty Segall On Letterman

Messy San Franciscan garage punk Ty Segall is an unlikely recent entrant into the late-night musical-guest roundtable, and his thrashed-out tantrums will always look pretty incongruous on soundstages. Last night, he had David Letterman grinning with amusement when he and his band bashed out a raucous version of his Twins song "You're The Doctor," which… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 6, 2012

Ty Segall – “Femme Fatale” (Velvet Underground Cover)

As a companion to the box set commemorating the 45th anniversary of The Velvet Underground & Nico, Castle Face and Universal will release a covers compilation featuring San Francisco-based artists like Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, White Fence and more. Today, Ty Segall's manic take on "Femme Fatale" hit the web and you ca… More »

By: Corban Goble / October 17, 2012

Watch Ty Segall Play Conan

Last night Ty Segall took to Conan to shred through Twins cut "Thank God For Sinners" for his late night television debut (he's already mastered the local morning news circuit). Watch it below. More »

By: Corban Goble / October 17, 2012

Watch Ty Segall Play Chicago Morning News Show

Yesterday, Ty Segall went on Chicago's WGN Morning News program to perform Twins track "You're The Doctor," a frenzied performance that provoked the anchors into throwing their scripts, doing rock fists, the whole nine yards. Ty also screams "CHICAGO! CHICAGO!" over and over toward the end. It all adds up to one of the… More »

By: Corban Goble / October 3, 2012

Ty Segall – “The Hill” Video

Here's Ty Segall's video for his new one "The Hill," a druggy VHS-style mishmash that features the band ripping it up in animal costumes (an eagle, a bear, and a dog, respectively). Let's just say it does not betray Segall's aesthetic (the dog guy takes a huge bong rip at the end). Segall and… More »

By: Corban Goble / September 10, 2012