If you’re looking for some lo-fi, garage rock intensity, check out San Francisco’s Ty Segall. Segall’s career spans four solo albums and numerous work on a variety of projects. The multi-instrumentalist brings to mind early White Stripes that got spewed out through a gritty amp borrowed from the trunk of Black Sabbath’s old tour bus. In other words, Segall rocks the fuck out.
With songs ranging from acid trips to SF’s Muni system, Segall takes a thrash first, poetic lyrics later approach. Check out the track “Goodbye Bread” below from his 2011 album of the same name.
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