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On 'Fudge Sandwich', the Ever-Prolific Ty Segall Switches Gears

Ty Segall releases his fourth(!) album of the year, a fun, typically twisted collection of covers called Fudge Sandwich.

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Ty Segall: Emotional Mugger

Ty Segall has always reliably subscribed to rockist orthodoxy, but he’s left room enough on his new album for noisy evolution.

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Ty Segall Band: Live in San Francisco

Living in the afterglow of 2014’s excellent Manipulator, this live record sounds like a man hitting the beer tent hard after a marathon.

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The Best Albums of 2014

From Polish black metal to mind-blowing progressive R&B and electronic music, 2014's best albums certainly have something for everyone.

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Ty Segall: $ingle$ 2

Segall's collection of cast-off numbers is a slow burn build to the single stand-out track.

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Ty Segall: Manipulator

The often quick-working Segall took 14 months to make Manipulator, but it's not so much a wild departure sonically as it is a return to and refinement of tangents we've heard from him in the past.

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FUZZ: FUZZ

Ty Segall's FUZZ is in line with expectations, but only to a point. The band's success comes in taking expected elements and twisting them into something dense and dark and new.

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Ty Segall: Sleeper

What's most impressive about Sleeper is that Ty Segall still has some surprises up his sleeve, even after releasing a prolific amount of material in a short period of time.

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The Artists of the Year: 2012 Edition

The 2012 artists of the year range from urgent political punk and hip-hop challenging the establishment -- whether political or economic -- to the rise of a new generation of pop divas and forward-looking indie and R&B.

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Ty Segall: Twins

The prolific Ty Segall is back with another great album.

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Listening Ahead: Upcoming Releases for October

October’s release schedule may not appear to be the embarrassment of riches that September’s was, but there’s a real depth and breadth to the offerings in a wide array of genres.

Matthew Fiander and Arnold Pan
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Taking It All In: The Pitchfork Music Festival 2012 (Sunday)

The final day of Pitchfork brings a barrage of guitar bands, a tight race between coasts east and west and a feel-good farewell from the boys in Vampire Weekend.

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Listening Ahead: Upcoming Releases for April

In a month known for celebrating musical independence with Record Store Day, it's appropriate that April's most anticipated releases are by independent voices both familiar and new.

Matthew Fiander and Arnold Pan
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Mikal Cronin: Mikal Cronin

Mikal Cronin a master of crafting the impressionistic pop gem -- accessible, catchy, ambrosial, and evocative -- and that's a rare and peculiar talent.

Morgan Troper
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Ty Segall: Singles 2007-2010

Lo-fi savant Ty Segall has proven he’s capable of revitalizing a well-worn genre like garage rock through a prolific number of recordings over the past few years.

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House Show on a Yacht: Or the NXNE Bruise Cruise - 18 June 2011

The question became less "Why have an indie rock concert?" and more, "What do we do on a yacht?"

Sean Brady

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