11 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Garage-rock hero Ty Segall cuts a happily frazzled figure on this 2010 album. Between the loopy psych-pop impulses of “Caesar” and the primitive riff-bashing of “My Sunshine,” the California native seems right at home in this lo-fi primordial soup. But that’s not to say he lacks ambition; simply look to the handclapping glam-punk overdrive of “Girlfriend” or the considered sweetness of the ramshackle pop study “Bees.” Sticking to short running times and even shorter song titles, Segall’s in no danger whatsoever of overstaying his welcome.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Garage-rock hero Ty Segall cuts a happily frazzled figure on this 2010 album. Between the loopy psych-pop impulses of “Caesar” and the primitive riff-bashing of “My Sunshine,” the California native seems right at home in this lo-fi primordial soup. But that’s not to say he lacks ambition; simply look to the handclapping glam-punk overdrive of “Girlfriend” or the considered sweetness of the ramshackle pop study “Bees.” Sticking to short running times and even shorter song titles, Segall’s in no danger whatsoever of overstaying his welcome.

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