Entries tagged with: Ty Segall
LA Fest FYF Fest is celebrating 10 years this year, and will take over Los Angeles State Historic Park on August 24 & 25. Check out the massive lineup in the poster above, and in alphabetical order below...
by Bill Pearis
As mentioned, Ty Segall's new power trio, Fuzz, will be in town in June to play a Summerstage show at Red Hook Park on June 6. Fuzz (in which Ty plays drums and sings) just released a video for "Fuzz's Fourth Dream" which is the B-side of their debut single which came out earlier this year on Trouble in Mind. The clip was shot during this year's Burgerama festival in Santa Anna, CA and you can watch it below.
In related news, Ty Segall is on one side of the newest 7" in Famous Class Records' LAMC singles series. The instrumental track, "Music from a Film 1," is funky in a Krautrock kind of way. You can stream it below, along with the other side, a very Oh Sees-eque "Mountain" by Chad & the Meatbodies. 100% of the digital proceeds going to the Ariel Panero Memorial Fund at VH1 Save the Music - a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education in America's public schools. You can order it here.
And last but not least, Ty Segall's cohort Mikal Cronin will release his second album, MC II, next week on Merge. It's a terrific album, loaded with harmony-laden psych-pop and you can stream the record in full over at NPR. Mikal will play Bowery Ballroom on June 20 and tickets are still available.
Fuzz video and LAMC single streams are below.
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Wu-Tang Clan / Father John Misty / Grimes / the crowd @ Coachella, 4/14/2013
As the wind whipped through the final day of Coachella's first weekend, it became clear to those at the front of the stage that the techs getting the stage set up for the Red Hot Chili Peppers' festival-closing headlining set had a choice: take down the video screens that clearly were a part of the Peppers' production, or leave them up, risking them blowing uncontrollably around the stage. So they chose the former, leaving behind grandiose production elements in favor of solid -- but not-quite-revelatory -- musicianship.The first weekend of Coachella wrapped up last night (4/14). with sets from The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dead Can Dance, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, and Staten Island hiphop legends the Wu-Tang Clan who performed much of their classic 1993 album, Enter The 36 Chambers, as well as solo hits from the different members. Earlier Sunday also saw Grimes' energetic set, noisemakers JEFF the Brotherhood and Dinosaur Jr, the mellow gold of Kurt Vile, Australian psych purveyors Tame Impala, crowd-pleasers Vampire Weekend, Gaslight Anthem, and Father John Misty. Pictures of those acts' sets are in this post.
It's a sort of metaphor for this year's edition of the festival, which never quite hit the watercooler moment. On the final day of the first weekend (the lineup repeats next week), there were no superstar surprises, no Daft Punk appearance and, during the Chili Peppers' set, not even a new song: just a major band, playing through their major hits, for a major audience.
It's been the story of this Coachella from the start, when the two-weekend blowout nearly sold out before the lineup was even announced, but on the field it became immediately obvious: This festival, at least this year, no longer was about "music fans" but about "Coachella fans" -- that is to say, the tens of thousands of revelers who packed the field had no specific allegiance to a band, a genre or an affiliation. - [Hollywood Reporter]
Other acts that played Sunday: Cloud Nothings as a three-piece, Ghost BC (who played too early for our photographer to catch), Jessie Ware (who also made an appearance during Disclosure's set) and San Francisco psych-garage kings Thee Oh Sees, who we also missed but were joined on sleigh bells by fellow Bay Area resident Ty Segall.
by Bill Pearis and Andrew Sacher
Ex Cops DJing at Other Music, RSD 2012 (more)
We're about a week out from Record Store Day 2013. When it began in 2008, RSD was a celebration of brick-and-mortar stores in the face of digital downloads, offering up exclusive releases to get people out to stores. It's blown up considerably since then, with hundreds of RSD-only releases. (Many of which fall into the hands of folks who turn it around on Ebay that same day, but what can you do?) While it is a mob scene these days, there is no doubt it helps what record stores there are left -- though not enough, as Record Store Day will be the last day for Williamsburg's Sound Fix. Participating stores around the country are listed here.
There are always some pretty cool exclusives too, items that may have never seen the light of day without RSD. With that in mind we've gone through the list of North American RSD exclusives to highlight a few things to keep an eye out. This isn't comprehensive, just stuff we wanna get. What records are you trying to get this year?
photos by PSquared Photography
Ty Segall w/ Ex Cult, MHOW, 2/2/2012
Keeping up with the moshers, stage divers, and crowd-surfers was only half the battle. When you weren't slipping on spilled beer on the floor, or fending for your life, you also had to remember to enjoy the show that Ty Segall and his band put on. They played for a solid hour, banging out rocking tune after rocking tune. They were relentless, and it [bled] out into the crowd. -[We All Want Someone To Shout For]Ty Segall and Ex-Cults played their second of two shows in NYC at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday night (2/2), joined by Brooklyn wild childs K-Holes. Pictures from the show are in this post, including an on-stage collaboration between the touring partners. The pair also blessed Webster Hall on Friday with special guest Mac DeMarco (2/1, pictures).
If you missed it yesterday, Ty Segall Band bassist Mikal Cronin released the first track from his upcoming Merge debut.
Lots more pics and the setlists from that snowy Saturday night in Brooklyn are below.
by Bill Pearis
As a member of Ty Segall's band, Mikal Cronin stays busy, what with all the record releasing and constant touring. (Ty's tour just ripped through NYC.) But somewhere in that whirlwind of activity he managed to write and record. He'll be releasing his second solo album, MCII, on May 7 which will be his first album for Merge. That's the cover art above. "Shout it Out" is the first track from the record to be released and, Like his great 2011 Trouble in Mind album, it shows off Mikal's talent as a pop songwriter. But he's not afraid to stomp on the fuzz pedal, either. You can stream it below along with the LP's track list.
Not much in the way of touring for Mikal just yet, but he will be playing a few West Coast dates and SXSW in Austin so look for him there and his current schedule is below. Meanwhile, In the Red just reissued the split LP between Mikal and Ty called Reverse Shark Attack and you can stream that below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield; words by Bill Pearis
Ty Segall / Mac DeMarco @ Webster Hall, 2/1/2012
Ty Segall's current tour with Ex Cult rolled into town over the weekend for two shows, the first of which happened Friday (2/1) at Webster Hall. If Ty and his band weren't such fierce performers, they may have been upstaged by the antics of Mac DeMarco and his band, whose onstage shenanigans (wacky voices, push-ups, covering Limp Bizkit) are becoming the stuff of legend.
Before the Webster Hall show, Mac Demarco played Pitchfork's offices and you can stream that below. He'll be back for a show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 1 with Naomi Punk and Calvin Love and tickets (only ten bucks) are on sale now.
Ty went on to play Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday (2/2). More pictures from Webster Hall below...
by Bill Pearis
Ty Segall just released a video for "Thank God for the Sinners," the stomping lead s the lead track off last year's great Twins. In the clip, he gets a hand (and a foot, and a few torsos) from some anonymous folk. Do watch to the jaw-dropping end. Video is below.
Ty hits the road this weekend for a tour with Ex-Cult that lands in NYC on February 1 at Webster Hall with Mac Demarco on the bill as well, and then the recently added Feb 2 show at Music Hall of Williamsburg that also has K-Holes playing. Tickets for both shows are still available.
Ty's added a few dates in other cities as well. His updated tour schedule and the new video, below...
Ty Segall at The Well in 2012 (more by Gabi Porter)
Ty also just announced that he'll stick around NYC for a more intimate show at Music Hall of Williamsburg the next day (2/2) with K-Holes and Ex-Cult. Tickets for that show go on sale today (1/11) at noon.
A list of updated dates and a video below...
Mac Demarco @ CMJ 2012 (more by Tracy Allison)
Mac Demarco, whose second album, II, made more than a few Best of 2012 lists (including NME and Pitchfork), will be in the NYC area next month for a couple shows. He's been added to Ty Segall's Webster Hall show on February 1 that also features Ex-Cult. Tickets are still available to that one. Mac will also be playing Bard College the next night (2/2). Mac has no other announced shows at the moment.
Speaking of Ty Segall openers, BV Austin just announced that OBN IIIs will support locally in Austin, before heading out on a tour that includes them opening two California shows that Ty's new project Fuzz are playing.
Back in December, Mac played Le Guess Who? Festival in Utrecht, Holland and there's video footage from his set below.
by Bill Pearis
DOWNLOAD: Fuzz - This Time I Got a Reason (MP3)
Ty Segall @ The Well, September 2012 (more by Gabi Porter)
Not busy enough, apparently, releasing 800 records a year under his own name, Ty Segall has formed a new outfit, Fuzz, with Charlie Moonheart who has played in his live band for a while (they were also both in Epsilons). Here, Ty sings but is on drums and like their name implies, this is the kind of thick and heavy rock that descended straight from Hendrix.
The band's debut single came out, covertly, a couple weeks ago on Trouble in Mind (with no mention of the band members) and sold out its initial green vinyl pressing. Another pressing on black wax is due soon. You can download the A-side, "This Time I Got a Reason," at the top of this post and stream both sides below. You can also watch video of the band (which includes a third member on bass) doing "This Time I Got a Reason" at a recent show in L.A. Fuzz's only other upcoming dates are both in the Bay Area: February 28 at The Knockout in San Francisco and Go! Records in Oakland on March 1. Both shows are with Austin's OBN III's.
Meanwhile, In the Red is resissuing a couple hard-to-find Ty Segall records: the only release from his surf rock band The Traditional Fools, and Reverse Shark Attack, the 2009 LP he released with frequent colaborator (and bandmate) Mikal Cronin. Those will both be out January 22. Meanwhile, as discussed Ty is going on a tour which hits NYC on February 1 at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show are still available.
All Ty Segall live dates are listed below, along with Fuzz live video and streams.
Nashville's PUJOL got their start with the Nashville garage scene but this year's United States of Being (the band's first for Saddle Creek) is a crunchy, big-sounding record that, like the new JEFF the Brotherhood, owes more to early-'90s alterna-rock than anything else. You can stream the whole thing below (via Rolling Stone). Maybe you saw them at one of our Hotel Vegan day parties in Austin this year during SXSW? Main man Daniel Pujol was kind enough to send us a list of his favorite LPs of 2012 which includes records from fellow Tennesseans Natural Child, Heavy Cream and Turbo Fruits. Check out his complete list below...
by Andrew Sacher
Today, we finally get the much anticipated list of Pitchfork's Top 20 Albums of 2012. They revealed Nos. 30-50 yesterday and spent the rest of this week posting Honorable Mentions and tracks. None of the albums that made the top 20 are surprising to see there (which doesn't mean they aren't deserving), but the surprises come from the albums that missed the list all together. Passion Pit got ROBBED! Twin Shadow too! And Wild Nothing! If you're looking for Converge or Baroness, you'll have to redirect yourself to Pitchfork's Metal list (though Pallbearer was in the main top 50). And we could've guessed that Nos. 1 and 2 would be Frank Ocean and Kendrick Lamar... but who took the No. 1 spot? Head below to find out and you can check out individual writer's votes too...
As you may remember, Brooklyn old time folk revivalists Spirit Family Reunion released their debut album over the summer and sounds more like something from the O Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack than something from their NYC borrough in 2012. You can stream the whole thing below. The band recently appeared on long-running NPR show Mountain Stage (taped in West Virginia) alongside Dr. Dog, the Mountain Goats, Nellie McKay, and Red Wanting Blue and that episode airs this week, check here for a station near you and look for the episode to go up on their archive next week.
Meanwhile, Spirit Family Reunion have a few live shows coming up, including New Year's Eve in NYC, playing Pianos with Christopher Paul Stelling. Tickets are $15 and include a champagne toast at midnight.
The band were also kind enough to send us their Top 10 LPs of 2012 and if you're expecting a bunch of Bill Monroe reissues on the list, you'd be wrong. Their list includes Ty Segall and Leonard Cohen who maybe they're going to see tonight at Madison Square Garden? Check out their full list below, along with a stream of their album and a list of all upcoming tour dates.
Japandroids at Pitchfork, July 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
NPR Music have announced their "50 favorite" albums of 2012, which includes names like Pallbearer, Andy Stott, Cat Power, Fiona Apple, Death Grips, and Swans. (No Grimes, though.) The list is also deep with hip hop, with shouts to Homeboy Sandman, Kendrick Lamar, Killer Mike and many others. Much like Q magazine did, NPR opted to list them alphabetically instead of one better than the next. Check out the full list below.
by Andrew Sacher
SPIN have revealed their list of the top 50 albums of 2012. It continues SPIN's trend of giving love to crossover punk and metal (which they've been pretty consistent with since naming Fucked Up's David Comes to Life their top album of 2011) with the inclusion of Baroness, Torche, Pallbearer, Cloud Nothings, and Japandroids, but rather surprisingly excludes the SPIN Essential'd Ceremony - Zoo and The Men - Open Your Heart, in favor of popular blowouts by Taylor Swift, fun., and Nicki Minaj. The list also shares its #1 and #2 with the two highest Pitchfork-rated albums of the year. And no Grimes.
The list begins with the Kanye-cribbed disclaimer, "Most critics' taste levels ain't at our waist level. Ain't nobody fucking with our clique." Check out SPIN's Top 50 LPs of 2012 list below.
UK music magazine Uncut put out their list of the top 75 albums of 2012. The top ten leans pretty heavy on long-running '60s/'70s survivors who put out new albums this year, but plenty of the list-topping regulars from newer acts are on there too, along with a few interesting surprises (Sun Araw, M Geddes Gengras & the Congos!). You can check out the full list below.
Long-running UK music weekly NME has just published their Year-End issue and have named Tame Impala's Lonerism as album of the year, with Grimes, Frank Ocean, Crystal Castles and Alt-J rounding out the Top 5. Tame Impala offshoot Pond comes in at #7. Check out the entire Top 50 list below.
NME's Top 50 LPs of 2012 are listed below.
Ty Segall and his band, unsurprisingly, ripped their performance of "You're the Doctor" on last night's episode of The Late Show with David Letterman, their network television debut. (They made their cable debut on Conan a few weeks back.) He also works in a "GO VOTE!" at the end there too. If you missed it, check out video from the performance, to which Letterman reacted "Remember kids, don't neglect your studies." Video is below and that comes from his new album, Twins, which is out now and his third LP of 2012.
While that will probably tide you over for a bit, there is no replacing seeing Ty Segall's live show in person. His seemingly-endless tour is will soon hit Europe, returning to North America for West Coast in December. He'll be back on theEast Coast with Ex-Cult in the New Year. Webster Hall gets the look on February 1 and tickets are still available.
Letterman video and all current dates are listed below.
Dum Dum Girls at Sasquatch 2012 (more by Chris Graham)
Doldrums at NXNE 2012 (more by David Andrako)
today in NYC
* Plank Theory @ The Stone
* The Intelligence @ Maxwell's
* Fiona Apple, Blake Mills @ Terminal 5
* Crosby, Stills and Nash @ Beacon Theater
* Umphrey's McGee, Conspirator @ Capitol Theatre
* Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments @ Joe's Pub
* Rosenkopf, Cult of Youth, Slug Guts @ Home Sweet Home
* Julie Klausner, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists @ The Bell House
* METZ, Die! Die! Die!, Roomrunner @ Death By Audio
* The Jezabels, Hey Rosetta!, Yukon Blonde @ Webster Hall
* Blackbird Blackbird, Maus Haus, TOPS, Motion Studies @ Shea Stadium
* Blondfire, Sky Ferriera, Ghost Beach, Capital Cities, Gabriel Bruce @ Union Hall
* Regal Degal, Ian Drennan, Lame Drivers, So Cow, Squarehead @ Big Snow
* Physical Therapy, Maria Minerva, Von Haze, Arca, Forma, Tempers
* My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Left Spine Down @ Gramercy Theatre
* Flying Lotus, Death Grips, Buke and Gase, Ali Shaheed Muhammed @ (le) poisson rouge
* AM Fire Talk, Woodsman, Tjutjuna, Baby Birds Don't Drink Milk @ Zebulon
* Tomorrow's World, Housse de Racket, Lescop, Citizens! @ Highline Ballroom
* Trixie Whitley, GOLD FIELDS, Duologue, People vs. Larsen @ McKittrick Hotel
* Gunfight, Backwords, Quiet Loudly, Indian Rebound, Sharkmuffin @ Muchmore's
* Local Natives, SKATERS, San Cisco, Pacific Air, Solid Gold @ Bowery Ballroom
* Native Eloquence, Cemeteries, Headaches, M. Sage, Foxes in Fiction @ La Sala
* Dead Leaf Echo, Andre Obin, Some Ember, Rarechild, Treasure Teeth @ Tandem Bar
* Electrical Umbilical Cord, Brusque Twins, Silent Em, Some Ember, Excuses, Eraas @ Cameo Gallery
* Matthew E. White, Opossom, Twin Tigers, Fantasmas, Grape Soda, Koko Beware @ Union Pool
* Dum Dum Girls, Guards, Savages, Icona Pop (DJ Set), Port St. Willow, IO Echo @ Glasslands
* The Virgins, Unknown MOrtal Chestra, The Neighbourhood, Indians, Goldroom @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Doldrums, Strange Talk, Hundred Waters, Duologue, Mozart's Sister, High Highs, DIANA @ Mercury Lounge
* The Life & Times, The Hounds Below, Local H, Alvarez Kings, Tango in the Attic, Dignan Porch @ CMJ Union
* Gemini Club, Purple, Monsters Calling Home, Air Traffic Controller, Get People, The Lone Bellow @ Canal Room
* Lights Resolve, The Phuss, Gypsy West, Viva Mayday, Chainwave, Black Bird White Sky, Le resistance @ Matchless
* Bird Call, Vivienne Eastwood, Skipping Girl Vinegar, Phone Tag, The Oyster Murders, Yellow Red Sparks @ Legion Bar
* Nina Sky, Maluca, Anjulie, Lady Starlight, Roxy Cottontail, Chippy Nonstop, Jane Bang @ The Studio at Webster Hall
* Chad Valley, Jensen Sportag, Michna, Erika Spring, Selebrities, Rush Midnight, Heathered Pearls DJ set @ Le Baron
* Thurston Moore and Loren Connors, Hubble, PC Worship, Diamond Terrifier, The Dreebs, Devin, Gary & Ross @ Public Assembly
* The Dearloves, Catch Wild, New York Funk Exchange, Paperdoll, Dangerous Ponies, The Hollows, Pine Hollows, Bottom Dollars @ Sullivan Hall
* ZZZ's, Hussle Club, I.R.O.K., Punks On Mars, Ghost Wave, Psychobuildings, Half Undressed, Communist Daughter, Blessed Feathers @ Cake Shop
* Chains of Love, Heliotropes, papercranes, Aact Rrasier, The Analog Girl, Young Girls, Baron Von Luxxury (DJ set) @ Knitting Factory Brooklyn
* Flying Points, Fast Years, Ace Reporter, Eytan & The Embassy, The Last Royals, Motive, Mother Feather, New Beard, Raccoon Fighter @ Spike Hill
* Onili, Kosha Dillz, Wordspit the Illest, Bobby 2 Flee, Swinton Rockz, El Gant, Kiss Slash Crooked Smile, Illustrate, Zak Downtown @ Littlefield
* Flatbush Zombies, The Orwells, Children of the Night, Skaters, Bodega Bamz, Moon King, Underachievers, Team Spirit, Haleek Maul @ Santos Party House
* T.H. White, At Sea, The Blakes, Happy People, Bend Sinister, Apollo Run, Mieka Pauley, The Dawns, Old Time Machine, Maya Solovey @ The Bowery Electric
* Dangerous Ponies, Birthmark, Industries of the Blind, You Bred Raptors?, Cuddle Magic, Doe Paoro, Friend Roulette, In One Wind, DTROTBOT @ Living Room
* Archie Powell & The Exports, Laura Stevenson & The Cans, Twin Tigers, Pretty & Nice, Trapper Schoepp & The Shades, Roomrunner, Fantasy Rainbow @ The Rock Shop
* The Foreign Resort, Midnight Spin, Robbin Pain, Watermelon, Screentests, Glitter Freeze, Hidden Cities, Corita, Torches, Maybe The Welders, Starina @ Fontana's
* Main Attrakionz, Kool AD, Deniro Farrar, Supreme Cuts, Cities Aviv, Bryant Dope, Ryan Hemsworth, CBG, Heems, Sasha Go Hard, Kitty Pryde, Weekend Money, SAFE @ 285 Kent
* Kyle Rapps and Diwon, Aaron Cohen and the Inner City Kids, Danse Diamons, Tek (of Smif n Wessun), Black Dave, Cezar, El Gant, Rilgood, Maffew Ragazino @ Paper Box
* Cold Blood Club, Solid Gold, Har Mar Superstar, Me And My Arrow, American Royalty, Lightning Love, Los Encantados, Sean Anonymous w/ Dream Crusher, Enemy Planes @ The Delancey
CMJ starts to get really in the swing tonight, with lots of good options. Toronto's awesome METZ were just added to tonight's Death by Audio bill that also features Roomrunner, Die Die Die and Beasty. $7 at the door.
It's also the debut of UK act Savages tonight at Glasslands as part of Stereogum's showcase that also has Dum Dum Girls, Guards and more. You can probably still RSVP (you'll still need to pay $5 at the door) though this will be a hot show so you may want to get there early (doors at 8:15 PM). If you don't go to Glasslands tonight, Savages will play our free day party on Friday at Public Assembly.
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In non-CMJ news, Ty Segall tore it up on Conan last night. Check out his performance of "Thank God for Sinners" below.
photos by Gabi Porter; words by Bill Pearis
Ty Segall @ The Well, September 2012
Ty Segall's third album of 2012, Twins, is out today and is yet another enjoyably fuzz-soaked bit of sunshine, definitely on the '60s psych-pop end of the spectrum. Someday his prolific streak is going to slow down, but till then...just ride that wave. Ty was here a few weeks ago with Thee Oh Sees, including a stop at Bushwick outdoor venue The Well (with K-Holes as well) and a belated set of photos from that wild, wet show are in this post.
If you missed him that time around, Ty just announced a 2013 tour with Ex-Cult that includes a NYC stop on February 1 at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (10/12) with an AmEx presale happening Wednesday at noon. Ty will also be making his late night talk show debut on Conan on October 16 so be sure to tune in for that.
A list of all tour dates and more pictures from The Well show are below..
We always thought the Lannisters would be Romney supporters...
Neil might not approve but you can stream every single A389 release ever in its entirety at their Bandcamp which is pretty cool. He probably isn't a fan of Eyehategod anyway.
More streaming: give an online listen to Tame Impala's new album Lonerism.
Watch Ty Segall perform on WGN's morning news show... at 8AM. Wonder if he had even been to bed yet?
Axl Rose is giving an extremely rare interview to Jimmy Kimmel on 10/24, though that is unfortunately before Jimmy starts filming in Brooklyn.
Conservative blowhard Glenn Beck loves bombastic UK rockers Muse and wrote an open letter to the band to show them just how much. Needless to say, it is nuts.
Radio biographer and historian Alex Cosper discusses the "expanding definition of indie" at the Sacramento Press.
Music Publishing firm ASCAP has just launched a new program called ASCAP OnStage that will pay musicians royalties when their songs are played live.
Jay-Z played his fourth of eight shows at the Barclays Center last night.
LA via Sri Lanka rapper DeLon traces the reason for him having to drop off a tour with America's Got Talent artist Lindsey Stirling, back to his 2008 criticisms of M.I.A.
Industrial vets Throbbing Gristle are finally getting around to completing their "reinterpretation" of Nico's Desertshore, an idea of member Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson, who has since passed away. The record, finished by Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti, is being billed as TG's "nascent, and final, studio album," will come out on November 26, two years after Christopherson's death. It's set to include guest vocals by Antony Hegarty, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Blixa Bargeld, Marc Almond (who was a member of Soft Cell and also collaborated with Christopherson's other band Coil), and Sasha Grey. The band have two teaser videos for the album, which you can watch below.
Speaking of tributes to albums that Nico took part in, there's a Velvet Underground & Nico tribute on the way which features Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees (who both just played The Well and will play Death by Audio tonight [9/24]), plus The Fresh & Onlys, White Fence, Kelley Stoltz and others. The album will gradually surface digitally across various websites from October 15 to 29 and will be out on vinyl on November 6 via John Dwyer's Castle Face label. The tracklist is below.
Antony and the Johnsons - 'Cut The World'
Speaking of Antony Hegarty, he released his new album, Cut The World, last month via Secretly Canadian. The album features "live symphonic performances" of songs from his first four albums which were recorded on September 2 and 3, 2011 at the DK Concert Hall in Copenhagen. The title track for the album is a new one, however, and it will be featured in The Life and Death of Marina Abramovi, directed by Robert Wilson and staring Antony, Marina Abramovi and Willem Dafoe. He also just made a video for that song, directed by Nabil (Frank Ocean, Bon Iver, Kanye West). Watch that video below. You can read an interview with Antony and Nabil about the video at Pitchfork.
All videos are below.
by Bill Pearis
Ty Segall at The Well (via BrooklynVegan Instagram)
New-ish Bushwick outdoor venue The Well had a SXSW vibe to it on Saturday night (9/22) with the one-two punch of Bay Area blasters Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall. The large gravel pit backyard was packed with revelers of all ages and degrees of tattoo coverage, some whom were maybe having a little too much fun. (Setting my beer on the ground for just a second, an over-imbided girl came within inches of puking on my head. This was 8 PM.) But the vibes were good as was the music.
Thee Oh Sees (via BrooklynVegan Instagram)
I missed openers K-Holes, but Thee Oh Sees put on their usual killer show with yelping into the mike (sometimes eating it), abusing his array of cool, weird guitars and generally inspiring crowd mayhem. Clouds opened up about three songs into Ty Segall's set, which sent many into the covered bar area, but the band (which still includes longtime cohort Mikal Cronin who makes his own awesome records) didn't let a little rain (okay, a LOT of rain) stop the party and even, improbably, covered "Sweet Home Alabama."
Ty Segall at Pitchfork Fest 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
The Ty Segall / Thee Oh Sees tour rolls into NYC this weekend with a show on Saturday (9/22) at Bushwick outdoor venue The Well with openers K-Holes. It is sold out, but Ty and Thee Oh Sees have added a show Death by Audio on Monday (9/24) with Numerators. Advance tickets are on sale now.
While Ty has already released two albums in 2012, his third, Twins, will be out October 10 on Drag City. You can watch the video for the LP's first single -- the soaring, pyschedelic rager, "The Hill" -- at the bottom of this post. Meanwhile, Thee Oh Sees just released their most-recent album, Putrifiers II, and you can stream via Spotify. The band are also on one side of the newest in the LAMC 7" series from Famous Class for which this is a record release show.
Ty Segall will continue on to the UK and Europe after Thee Oh Sees tour concludes and all dates are listed below.