Ty Segall is the ninth studio album by American garage rock musician Ty Segall, released on January 27, 2017 on Drag City Records. Recorded with engineer Steve Albini, it is Segall's second self-titled studio album, following the release of his debut in 2008. Preceded by the single, "Orange Color Queen", the album was recorded with a full backing band, consisting of regular collaborators, Mikal Cronin (bass), Charles Moothart (drums) and Emmett Kelly (guitar), alongside Ben Boye (piano)
Ty Segall, Los Angeles, California.
Ty Segall and White Fence. Fri 2/15/2019-2/17/19. 1035 N Western Ave. Chicago. 4:30pm: Negative Scanner (45 min) 5:45pm: Ty Segall & White Fence. Columbus, OH. w/ Axis:Sova.
Ty Segall is the second self-titled album in his discography (after his 2008 eponymous debut), seemingly because its 10 tracks offer a complete portrait of his many capabilities. But Ty Segall is more than just an easy entry point into his imposing catalog. The new album shows Segall has not only mastered several, stylistically divergent strains of rock-he’s becoming ever more adept at seamlessly stitching them together.
Ty Segall by Ty Segall, released 27 January 2017 1. Break a Guitar 2. Freedom 3. Warm Hands (Freedom Returned) 4. Talkin' 5. The Only One 6. Thank You Mr. K 7. Orange Color Queen 8. Papers 9. Take Care (To Comb Your Hair) 10. Untitled A clean flow; something real for a world that doesn't know what it's holding. Ty keeps us guessing while splashing our collective face with no shortage of astringent tunes of all colors.
Ty Segall reveals himself to be literally the most cut throat rocker out there in the wild new video for his new song Taste. The track will appear on Segall’s upcoming album, First Taste, out August 2nd via Drag City. Taste is a heavy relentless track with a mesmerizing percussion rumble that buoys a barrage of noise that churns like a buzzsaw without forfeiting any melody. Our salivating makes it all taste worse, Segall wails before the song descends into a menacing final breakdown.
Album · 2008 · 12 Songs. Apart from a loving Ramones cover in You Should Never Have Opened That Door, Ty Segall’s 2008 debut album is the sound of the scrappy California garage rocker finding his own voice. Free-ranging and overdriven, it’s stoked with urgency while pounding out the catchiest of lo-fi hooks and brashest of vocal enthusiasm. Jagged gems like Pretty Baby (You’re So Ugly) and The Drag could have been recorded in a sodden basement several decades ago, maniacally paying tribute to the British Invasion’s raw, unruly underbelly.