The very prolific Ty Segall has a new album called Slaughterhouse out now on In the Red, the first with his full touring band and a much harder rocking, more aggressive thing than Goodbye Bread or his split with White Fence...which is I think still my favorite Ty for this year, but hold on, he may release 3-4 more before the end.
Anyway, I reviewed the album for Blurt's spring issue, and it's up on the website now:
Ty Segall Band
(In the Red)
With Slaughterhouse (In The Red), Ty Segall returns to the detuned blare of his first, self-titled album and early singles. The main difference? Segall has the support of a full band - Mikal Cronin, Charlie Moothart and Emily Rose Epstein - as he pushes things towards 11.
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