Ty Segall forms new band, will literally never stop releasing new music
We're barely even a week into the new year, and somehow Ty Segall has already released some new music. In case the three full-length albums he put out last year (all of which were fantastic, by the way) weren't satisfying your fix for the San Fran garage rock wunderkind, listeners can now feast their ears on a 7" from Segall's new band, FUZZ.
A collaboration with the awesomely named Charlie Moothart (who plays guitar in Segall's touring band and performed on Slaughterhouse), FUZZ's debut comes to us courtesy of the Chicago label Trouble in Mind. The record's two cuts, "This Time I Got a Reason" and b-side "Fuzz's Fourth Dream" find Segall and Mootheart getting deep into some heavy Black Sabbath-style shenanigans, and are fine additions to Ty's already formidable discography.
FUZZ is scheduled to play Burgerama II, a festival thrown this March 22-23 by beloved So Cal record label/store Burger Records, alongside such fellow weirdos as Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, King Tuff, and Black Lips, amongst others. Segall himself will headline NYC's Webster Hall on February 1st with support from Mac Demarco and Ex-Cults.
And of course, expect announcements about another half dozen or so albums from this guy in the coming weeks. Or days, who knows?
|Fuzz - Fuzz's Fourth Dream (Ty Segall & Charles Moothart)|