Ty Segall

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About Ty Segall

Though his bottomless supply of fuzzed-out riffs frequently gets him labeled a garage rocker, Ty Segall really makes music for every part of the house—moldy metallic noise for the dingiest basements; theatrical glam for the powder room; pastoral psych folk for the garden. Born in 1987 in Laguna Beach (where he formed his first punk band, Epsilons, in high school), Segall relocated to San Francisco to attend college and fell in with the DIY scene orbiting around Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer, who released Segall’s proudly primitive 2008 debut on his Castle Face imprint. But by Segall’s fourth album, 2011’s Goodbye Bread, it became clear this scuzz-rock miscreant also possessed a keen ear for Bowie/Lennon-schooled melody. And over the course of the 2010s, he proved himself one of the most industrious artists in the underground, releasing no fewer than 10 albums that decade alongside myriad side projects (like the prog-metal power trio Fuzz). But Segall doesn’t just release a lot of records; he’s continually revealing new sides of himself, be it the mournful acoustic troubadour of 2013’s Sleeper or the sinister synth scientist of 2021’s Harmonizer. Fans have grown accustomed to receiving new Ty Segall music at regular intervals—but after all these years, they still never know which Ty Segall they’re going to get.

Laguna Beach, CA, United States
June 8, 1987
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