RIYL: Fuzz, Goggs, King Tuff

Label: Suicide Squeeze

Here at Slyvinyl HQ we are all Ty obsessives. If you’re like us then stop reading and scroll down to the Buy button…

Ty Segall is maybe the most prolific song writer in the current garage scene. While he’s stopped releasing 4 albums a year he hasn’t stopped putting out 45s and projects with other bands between his Ty Segall LP releases.

Suicide Squeeze always does a great job with their vinyl pressings, and this blue/yellow split is looking pretty snazzy. It’s limited to 1000 copies and knowing Ty, they could all be gone by the weekend.

I’m really digging the Pan jam that is at the bottom of the article.

The Details

***Pre-order will ship on March 3, 2017***

It’s tough to keep up with garage rock’s wunderkind Ty Segall. Between his steady release schedule of LPs, raucous side projects like Fuzz and GØGGS, and collaborations with fellow songwriters Mikal Cronin and Tim Presley, it’s as if a season can’t pass without Segall dropping a new record. And that’s not even taking his cassettes, splits, and EPs into consideration. Fortunately, Segall’s bottomless well of creativity, production savvy, and boundless fascination with the various niches of the rock world makes every new release an occasion to celebrate. Suicide Squeeze Records is proud to offer the latest entry in Ty’s impressive canon with the Sentimental Goblin 7”. Side A features “Pan”, a fuzz-soaked proto-metal jam that links Beatles’ pioneering guitar dirge “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” to later lurch classics by Sir Lord Baltimore and Pentagram. In true Segall fashion, he switches gears on side B and conjures the erudite pop appeal of T. Rex and Bowie with the lush glam rocker “Black Magick”. Suicide Squeeze Records is proud to release Sentimental Goblin to the world on March 17, 2017. The initial pressing consists of 1000 copies on half blue / half yellow vinyl and includes a download card. In a testament to his restless creativity and tireless work ethic, Ty also provides the artwork for the record.

Price $7.99



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