Ty Segall and White Fence
Awww how nice Ty Segall and Tim Presley seem to know how much we love hard fuzzed 60's nuggets around here and they've teamed up for a collaborative LP to celebrate the form. No stranger to 60's motifs himself, White Fences' Presley usually floats in the cracked mirror headspace that Syd Barrett seemed to swim in, but here the addition of Segall's scuzz-natted guitar leads and garage charm take the project into far tougher territory than the Fence has ever wandered on his own. The pairing seems serendipitous all around as both artists play off of one-another's strengths and strip away some of their respective tendencies to indulge. The album is a love letter to 60's comps from Nuggets on down even playing the visual part with a fish-eyed cover pic that looks straight out of the dollar bin scavenger hunt. The album goes by in a blur and its only real shortcoming is that it leaves you wanting more as soon as the last track scratches to a stop. This is an essential document from two artists whose catalogs inspire those words often.
Check out the pair bringing the freakout to Room 205.
[MP3] Ty Segall and White Fence - I Am Not a Game
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