A second taste from the band’s new album, Drop.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Don’t expect any Valentine’s Day sap. These songs are aggro.
Some hiatus, huh?
John Dwyer’s new project does DIY electronic music.
Childish Hambino? Flanye West? Pearl Jam? Yum.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
Listen to “Eggs at Night”.
He hasn’t heard Daft Punk, but looves Thee Oh Sees.
Bay Area rockers take a break as frontman John Dwyer moves.
Garage rock favorites return with diverse collection of rarities, b-sides and live tracks.
A last hurrah to 2013 and the funkiest collab in recent memory.
A collection of 10 hard-to-find singles, demos, and live cuts.
Awards for: Best Reunion, Most Likely to Piss Off the Police, and Prince’s Favorite Set
Featuring unreleased music from Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, and more.
The latest entry in their compilation of singles and splits.
See every single song included in the game.
One survivor’s story inspires the Air House Records release.
Hitting the road in support of Floating Coffin.
Ten years later, Los Angeles’ best summer festival remains just as rowdy.
M.I.A., Slayer, MGMT, Television, Ice-T, and so much more.
One of this year’s most eclectic lineups — in pictures!
Plus, MGMT, TV on the Radio, Deerhunter, and Beach House.
Black Lips, King Tuff, Mind Spiders, Weekend, too.
Get ready for some scuffy dance floor madness.
More kills than a season finale of Dexter.
Warmed garage slashers for the noise-addled listener.
Sandstorms be damned.