Ty Segall & White Fence - 'Hair'
Displays a fondness for vintage '60s psych
8 / 10
San Francisco-based Ty Segall is a garage-rock revivalist turned psych-punk cadet with a penchant for altering his nom de plume when the wind changes; White Fence meanwhile are the distorted pop project of Timothy Presley of Darker My Love and an occasional member of Strange Boys. Together, and with the help of ’Cisco fuzz-pop linchpin Mikael Cronin, they’ve turned out a collection which displays a fondness for vintage ’60s psych (dig these song titles: ‘Easy Ryder’ and ‘(I Can’t) Get Around You’) and the spooky microdot-pop of Thee Oh Sees. There’s a lot more where this came from, too.
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