Posts Tagged: Ty Segall

Our First 100 Days

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Our First 100 Days, started in conjunction with Secretly Group and 30 Songs, 30 Days, will release 100 previously unreleased songs via Bandcamp throughout Trump’s first 100 days in office. Sold in a subscription format for a minimum contribution of $30, fans will receive one song per day across the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency. All profits will benefit […]

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Sound & Vision: Ebru Yildiz

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Brooklyn-based photographer Ebru Yildiz talks with Allyson McCabe about shooting concert photos, moving to New York from Turkey, and discovering the city’s music scene.

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This Week in Posivibes: Emotional Mugger

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Ty Segall and The Muggers performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert the other night, playing the song “Candy Sam” off the album Emotional Mugger released this January on Drag City. Playing with Mikal Cronin, King Tuff, Charles Moothart, and members of WANDS, this new project marks a shift in Segall’s sound. The album was originally shared […]

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Charles Moothart’s Solo Debut

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Charles Moothart has played in plenty of great projects out of the California garage revival—Fuzz, Ty Segall, GØGGS, and Charlie and the Moonhearts, for instance—and now has a record coming out for his solo debut, CFM. Backed by Thomas Alvarez (Audacity), Michael Anderson, and Tyler Frome, Moothart’s CFM released its first song this past week […]

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This Week in Posivibes: Ty-Rex

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Super-prolific Ty Segall has released another record: a compilation of T. Rex covers that he put out over the years under the name Ty-Rex. The compilation includes a new version of “20th Century Boy” and is out via Goner Records. NME pointed out how the covers, many produced around 2011–2013, trace Segall’s development as a musician; […]

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This Week in Posivibes: La Luz

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Seattle’s La Luz released their second album on August 7th via Hardly Art, and the Ty Segall-produced Weirdo Shrine is living up to its name in a mellow, fuzzed-out cruise through songs about being on the creepy side of a love story, and also death. Inspired by a Charles Burns graphic novel about teens in […]

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Ty Segall & White Fences’ Hair

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One of the easiest and most annoying ways to sum anything up is to explain it as a dash of this and a pinch of that, but Ty Segall and White Fence’s collab album Hair is part Neil Young, part Sabbath, and part T. Rex in the best possible way. In a Gothamist interview – […]

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