November 19, 2018
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I admit it, I have a serious crush on Garage/Psych rocker Ty Segall. In the past 10+ years he has taken the garage rock revival by storm, and continues to reinvent himself with each successive release. He’s known for releasing something new, whether on a 7″, LP, or even cassette(why???) every few months, with a rotating cast of very talented characters, mostly including guitarist/drummer Charles Moothart and bassist Mikal Cronin.
Honestly, I could have used another two solid hours to showcase his music.
Segall left San Francisco a few years back after he acknowledged that artists couldn’t not afford to live in a city that is quickly becoming the playground for the rich. Heading back to his birthplace, SoCal, he set up a new home studio and committed to producing quality rock 24/7. He hasn’t let us down.
On this show I try my best to present his music in a chronological order, but because of time constraints I couldn’t include each release of his over his short but prolific career. Take this as a snapshot of a genius in the making.
I also take the opportunity to talk about the California propositions for the November 6th ballot. How did you vote? Even if you aren’t happy with the outcome, please stay involved in politics. We need every voice to count.
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Lovely One: Ty Segall
Standing at the Station: Ty Segall Band
Girlfriend Ty Segall Band
You Make The Sun Fry: Ty Segall
I Can’t Feel It: Ty Segall (Goodbye Bread)