2 hard-working Garage Rock revivalists hailing from good ol' San Francisco, CA are plotting the triumphant comeback of Rock "N" Roll's long-forgotten elementary "guitar solo." Ty Segall & Tim Presley (White Fence) recorded the bulk of Hair sometime last year. The resulting album is essentially 8 tracks-worth of feedback-drenched, dirty Psych Rock with Segall on drums/rhythm guitar and Presley taking on lead guitar/bass riffs. Hair's first audio sampling, "I Am Not a Game," was just unveiled back on March 27th. Ty Segall's most recent effort [and commercial breakthrough], Goodbye Bread was released last Summer, while White Fence unveiled Family Perfume (Vol. 1) just last week.
Another one of Hair's tracks was unveiled yesterday afternoon: "Scissor People." Recorded live @ Room 205, Ty Segall & White Fence were joined by musicians-friends, Mikal Cronin (bass) and Nick Murray (drums). Man, "Scissor People" is without a doubt a shred-filled Psychedelic jaunt, which runs for nearly 6 minutes-worth of pure Rock "N" Roll! Ty Segall & White Fence are indeed single-handedly bringing the guitar solo back