Friday, September 30, 2011
Ty Segall Chills In The Middle of THE PARTY!!?
Ty Segall is a San Francisco-bred Garage-Psych Rocker who's recording output is similar to say... The Beatles. Since bursting on the music scene in 2006, Segall has released a countless, varied array of albums with different groups and on the solo T.I.P. 2010's Melted (Goner Records) may very well be one of the earliest and most note-worthy solo offerings. A self-proclaimed "rapidly-recording artist," Ty Segall teamed up with buddy, Eric "King Riff" Bauer, chilled out a bit, and slowly recorded Goodbye Bread over a 6 month period.
To the best of my knowledge, "Goodbye Bread" is Segall's first officially-sanctioned and produced music video; The title track from an album of the same name, Drag City released Goodbye Bread back on June 24th, 2011... a mere 2 months after they unleashed "Ty-Rex" (Record Store Day). The result: a simple, single shot, Matt Yoka-directed affair, which chronicles a night out with Ty Segall - as he [unknowingly?] "attends" a true RAGER of a costume/dance party.