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Ty Segall

Twins (Drag City)


Sickeningly prolific Ty Segall has capped off 2012 with a third full-length, following up Slaughterhouse and Hair (as Ty Segall and White Fence) with another psych-soaked banger. Third full-length. Has your band finished that EP yet? Twins is at times driving, at times meandering, but with a richer, more expansive sound than 2011’s Goodbye Bread. Segall continues to opine about pretty girls and problems with his head, side-stepping the general whininess of those topics and replacing it with simple, unrelenting riffs and minimal lyrics. “Love Fuzz” has found a permanent spot on my MakeOutJams2012MegaMix.


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