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Ty Segall @ The Fillmore 

Wednesday, Jan 13 2016

It's hard to categorize, let alone describe Ty Segall. His discography is that diverse. He seems to switch genres from one track to the next, and the fact that he releases new music as often as Donald Trump offends someone — meaning: All the fucking time — makes defining him even harder. Perhaps the best way to sum up this blonde 28-year-old is to say that his production sounds like the love child of John Lennon and Dan Auerbach (lead singer of the Black Keys), with an angsty punk groaning the vocals. During his solo career, Segall has released eight studio albums, plus multiple EPs and singles. When he's not working on his solo project, he's busy playing in three other bands: Fuzz, Broken Bat, and GØGGS. His latest album, Ty Rex, was released in November, and on Jan. 22, he'll release a follow-up, Emotional Mugger. He and I shared a cigarette together not long ago, which was long enough for him to say he sure as hell doesn't plan on slowing down any time soon. The guy is a musical genius, so if you know what's good for you, you'll check out the multifaceted mastermind that is Ty Segall.


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