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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Ty Segall Reprises His One-Man-Band Show Tonight: A Reminder

Posted By on Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:45 PM

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Armed with a meaty backing band, San Francisco garage-psych wunderkind Ty Segall is now on the rise nationally. But Segall got his start playing as a one-man-band around town, wowing audiences with a demonstration of just how much noise one dude can muster. Tonight, Segall returns to those roots in a solo show at Milk. Segall plays a lot around town -- we're stoked to remind you that he's playing July 25 at our All Shook Down festival in North Beach -- but it's usually with a full band. So tonight's one-man-band show is kind of, like, special. And Segall's not the only attraction at Milk -- S.F.'s Weekend are bringing their tasty, pop-tinted shoegaze to Milk's backroom stage as well. Terry Malts (post-punk) and Whirl (shoegaze/punk) round out tonight's bill.

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