West coast psych-rockers White Fence (a.k.a. Tim Presley, also of the Strange Boys) and Ty Segall are a worthy match, and not just in sound, but in work ethic: Presley has already followed up last year’s White Fence is Growing Faith with the two-volume Family Perfume record, and Segall similarly released two albums last year. But as their first collaboration, Hair, has more oomph than either has managed on a solo record, it might just make sense for the two to team up permanently instead of grinding their gears on sometimes-half-baked solo jaunts.
Ty Segall and White Fence’s collaborative LP will be released on April 24. Hair is an eight song album that combines the skills of Segall and Tim Presley’s band into one cohesive piece filled with classic psychedelic rock. Read Post
Ty Segall and White Fence, Hair, Drag City Incase/Room 205 Ty Segall, Los Angeles, 3/25/12 The result of two unruly, garage-rock minds, Hair is loud and messy and not quite as focused as the solo releases Ty Segall and Tim Presley (... Read Post
Ty Segall and Tim Presley (who records as White Fence, among other monikers and bands) are two young stars of a scene that’s been classified under many different names—garage, psych, garage-punk, psych-punk, flower-punk, psych-pop, ... Read Post