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Rolling Stone features Ty Segall on ‘Young Guns’
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In less than a decade Ty Segall has already amassed a catalog so extensive that it would shame most artists who have been around twice as long. Manipulator, Segall’s latest excursion, is his most accomplished yet, a fuzz-driven romp through 17 conceptually-linked tracks that variously recall everything from the Stooges and the Seeds to T. Rex and Tommy James and the Shondells, all filtered through a 21st century lo-fi sensibility.

Rolling Stone checks in with Thee Oh Sees on Floating Coffin progress
Rolling Stone

“”I don’t want to answer to anybody at all.” That philosophy has seen Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer through nearly two decades in San Francisco’s garage rock scene, a stint that has included 13 bands, countless records (35 Oh Sees releases alone) and a career trajectory that’s brought the 38-year-old to his best-known band’s 12th and most unconfined full-length, Floating Coffin.”

Ty Segall Performs on the Late Show with David Letterman
Rolling Stone

Ty Segall performs “You’re The Doctor” in his second-ever late-night appearance. “The performance included some serious headbanging, and Segall pressing his guitar against his amplifier for a little extra feedback. Letterman seemed amused by the display, saying afterward, ‘Remember kids, don’t neglect your studies.'”

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