Our staff selects their absolute favorite records from a wild and unpredictable year of music.
The second single from the project’s debut LP.
Solo guitarist preps the follow-up to 2016’s Modern Country.
New group rounded out by Segall’s wife, Denée, and Emmett Kelly.
Eleven-track effort marks Segall’s fourth (!) of the year.
Taken from Segall’s fourth (!) album of the year, Fudge Sandwich.
Ty Segall deliciously covers Grateful Dead, Funkadelic, John Lennon and more on new album Fudge Sandwich
The prolific garage rocker’s *fourth* full-length of 2018.
Less than a month after releasing a collaborative LP with White Fence, Segall is back with another of his many projects.
The follow-up to their 2012 joint effort, Hair.
A haze of undercooked hooks and scattershot callbacks that never really lead to any actual cohesion.
The latest cut from their collaborative album, Joy.
It’s already been a wild and unpredictable year of game-changing surprises.