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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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
Something you probably already know about Ty Segall -- he's prolific. So, the fact that the precocious SF garage rock maven will put out another record, called Twins, a little later this year (which…   Read Story »
Sunday’s lineup at Pitchfork opened with the promise of two “secret” guest spots – one that happened, one that didn’t – and an extremely anticipated sets from festival closers Vampire…   Read Story »
Though he’s got quite the sample size for someone his age -– today’s release of Slaughterhouse is either his sixth or seventh solo release in four years, depending on how you count them -– Ty…   Read Story »
You'd figure someone like Ty Segall would be the last to unironically co-opt "Swag," but, here we are. The hard-charging ripper is for a compilation called In A Cloud II: New Sounds From San…   Read Story »
Ty Segall will put out a new record the summer with his longtime touring band of Mikal Cronin, Charlie Moothart, and Emily Rose Epstein, and from that we've already heard the fuzzy, psych-leaning jam…   Read Story »
Ty Segall will put out a new record this summer under the Ty Segall Band banner, a group which includes longtime partners-in-crime Mikal Cronin, Charlie Moothart, and Emily Rose Epstein. The first…   Read Story »
Last year, the San Francisco fuzz-punk Ty Segall scored big by turning (relatively) introspective on Goodbye Bread. For his follow-up, though, Segall seems to be turning back to his roots. He's…   Read Story »