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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 »
Earlier today, Ty Segall put out the tie-dye t-shirt of a video for Goodbye Bread cut "Where Your Head Goes," one of the record's more striking fuzzed-out rippers. Brian Lee Hughes directs; check it…   Read Story »