Entries tagged with: Ty Segall
Ty Segall in Chicago in February (more by James Richards IV)
Ty Segall is releasing a new album, Sleeper, on August 20 via Drag City. You can now stream the LP in its entirety over at NPR. He'll also being doing a supporting fall tour, which includes a show in Austin on August 27 at the Mohawk with Holy Wave and Hidden Ritual. Tickets are on sale now.
Fuzz at NY in June (more by Devan Council)
Ty Segall's new band Fuzz have announced that they will release their debut album on October 1 via In the Red. In addition, the proto-metal power trio will head out on a North American tour this fall that includes a show in Marfa on October 3 at Padre's and in Austin on October 4 at Red 7 with CCR Headcleaner. There aren't any advance tickets for the Marfa show, but tickets for the Austin show are on sale now.
See all dates and download a song off the new album over at BrooklynVegan. Watch them perform live below...
Ty Segall in Brooklyn in February (more by PSquared Photography)
As mentioned on BrooklynVegan, Ty Segall is releasing a new album, Sleeper, on August 20 via Drag City and he'll be touring this summer around the time of the release. That tour hits Austin on August 27 at Mohawk Outside. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (5/24).
All dates and more at BrooklynVegan.
photos by Sarah Frankie Linder
Ty Segall @ Mohawk on 1/25/2013
Album-releasing machine Ty Segall is on tour which hit Austin on Friday (1/25) at a sold-out Mohawk with Ex-Cult and intense locals OBNIIIs. Ty's tour marches on, hitting NYC this weekend for two shows.
Pictures of all three bands from Friday's Mohawk show are below.
OBN III's at Emo's in 2011 (more by Tim Griffin)
As mentioned on BrooklynVegan, Ty Segall will kick off a tour with Ex Cult later this month which swings through Austin on January 25 at Mohawk for a show which local greats OBN III's are opening. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Ty's tour also hits TX for shows in Marfa on 1/24 at Padre's and Dallas on 1/26 at Sons of Hermann Hall. All Ty Segall dates are listed at BrooklynVegan.
OBN III's also open the only two currently announced shows for Ty Segall's new band Fuzz, which are in California, and they play a bunch of other shows over the course of the next few months, culminating in their slot at this year's 35 Denton Festival in Denton, TX, which runs from March 7 - 10. OBN III's play on 3/9. All of their dates are listed below.
Garage rocker Ty Segall and psych rocker White Fence (aka Tim Presley) teamed up for a collaborative album, Hair, which came out last month via Drag City. They're touring together in support of it and will wrap up their tour in Texas with shows with Useless Eaters in Houston at Walter's on May 24 and Austin at Mohawk on May 25 with Rayon Beach. Tickets for the Austin show are on sale now.
All dates and more at BrooklynVegan.
by Andrew Frisicano
Future of the Left @ Hotel Vegan (more by Tim Griffin)
After King Tuff (read more about it at BrooklynVegan), my other top act of SXSW 2012 has to be Mikal Cronin. The Bay-area rocker played with a four-piece band, with Ty Segall on lead guitar at both of the two shows I saw: Friday night at Beerland and Saturday afternoon at Trailer Space Records (where Bill also caught the set). The tunes off his great self-titled record sounded poppy and sweet with the right amount of pissed-off swagger, and Ty shredding on guitar definitely helped.
Videos and more below....
by Bill Pearis
Mikal Cronin at Trailerspace
Final day of SXSW. Saturday. St. Patrick's Day. It shoulda been a recipe for disaster, and I did see my first puking girl at 12:30PM, but I think the hard partying types burned themselves out the night before. It was an enjoyable last day.
First stop of the day was to Red Eyed Fly for the Oh Goldenrod day party (thrown by some friends of mine) for a couple bloody marys (why does NYC not have Zing Zang?) and a couple bands: LA's funky party rockers American Royalty, and loop pedal genius Dustin Wong.
Playing hooky from the big Hotel Vegan party that day, I then headed over to Trailerspace Records who were hosting this year's Trouble in Mind Records party which has been one of my favorite SXSW week events for the last couple years. Got there just in time to catch the last of Mean Jeans' set. The Portland trio's is both poppy and punky without being, y'know, pop punk.
The Wrong Words
Next were San Francisco powerpop band The Wrong Words who sound (and somewhat look) like they were transported straight out of 1979. Tight, tuneful and rockin'. Their new Trouble in Mind single is pretty great too.