In a concerted effort to be the only artist we stock vinyl for, Ty Segall is still releasing music, endeavouring to pull up any sound and get it weaved onto wax (that's how it works, right?). 'Singles 2' takes cuts through the past three years and churns them out like a finely told psych rock tale, with a beginning, middle and ending made from crunchy singles and irreverent B-sides. Just stay forever, Ty Segall. Our sofa is always free.
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 14 November 2014
Ty Segall RAISED THE ROOF at the Brudenell Social Club last week. That’s what Mike said anyway. I was at home nursing a Bourbon cream and boiling the kettle for the hot water bottle to go in. Here is volume 2 of Ty Segall’s ‘Singles’ collection and he’s as fuzzy as ever churning about with some catchy garage rock with some severe Beatles influences to the fore. All the heavy fuzzy rock riffery is present and correct and there'll be something here for pretty much everyone can enjoy.
Bluesy then tuneful, tuneful then bluesy. It collects all the out of print A & B sides and works nicely as a collection. He covers The Groundhogs, the Velvets and (yikes!) GG Allin. Fun times.
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