Originally released in 2009, ‘Split’ LP by Ty Segall (Fuzz, Sic Alps) and UK trash garage rock band Black Time is often referenced as being one of Ty Segall’s best early records. The juxtaposition of Segall’s Californian, reverb heavy groves and the chaotic, disorienting ruckus that is Black Times’ contribution makes for a weird but totally satisfying listening experience.
9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 16 September 2010
Yes yes yes! Didn't realise this little baby even existed! This is the second (and final) pressing of a split between everyone's favorite Californian scuzz rocker Ty Segall and excellent brit-garage winners Black Time. The seven Ty tracks here are fully punishing lo-fi garage rock efforts with opener 'Schwag' and a bad-ass cover of The Avengers 'Be a Caveman' being the standout tracks on first listen. Again, the more i hear from Ty Segall the more convinced i am by his power! Good work sir. Black Time serve up six tracks of consistently delightful garage rock noise on the B-side. A band i play with have supported these guys in leeds years back and i'd assumed they'd split up but here they are totally kicking ass for the kids. Easily as scuzzy and out of control as other brit-garage faves The Hipshakes and Lovvers but scarier and louder than both bands put together. Black Time don't piss about. Fucking great split LP. Get It kid.
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