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Ty Segall's 'Emotional Mugger' Short Film is Disturbingly Gory Music for Guitar Lovers

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Ty Segall's latest music video depicts some truly disturbing images of gory violence in a dystopian world filled with mindless human robots and corrupt cops.READ MORE

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MIXTAPE MONDAY: Check Out New Songs from Willow Smith, Prince, Pusha T & More

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Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new 2015 songs from Willow Smith, Prince, Pusha T and more right here!READ MORE

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Ty Segall Debuts New Album 'Emotional Mugger' on 'Star Trek' and 'My Life' VHS Tapes

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Ty Segall is known not only for his gorgeously filthy rock music, but also for the oddity and frequency with which he releases it. This week he's outdone himself with the release of his new solo album, 'Emotional Mugger,' released exclusively on VHS.READ MORE

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Ty Segall Shares Title Track from New EP 'Mr. Face' [LISTEN]

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Next week, Ty Segall will be dropping his new EP "Mr. Face," but today the California garage rock wizard has shared the EP's title track through the Famous Class Records Bandcamp page, which you can check out below. The sound of the track comes off as a cross between Segall's last two solo albums "Manipulator" and "Sleeper," being largely acoustic and percussion free — at least until the end — but definitely not mellow in any way. If the rest of the EP is as good as this, then it is definitely worth your money. You can check out Ty Segall's "Mr. Face" here:READ MORE

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Music Times 25 Best Songs of 2014: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Hozier, St. Vincent & More

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2014 was the year of a thousand controversies: Taylor Swift pulled all of her music from Spotify, Sun Kil Moon started a feud with The War On Drugs, Jack White accused The Black Keys of ripping him off (again), and almost nobody went platinum. When you put all of that aside, however, what you're left with is a bunch of incredible songs, which is really what it's all about. Here are the 25 best songs from 2014, as determined by Music Times writers Ryan Book, Caitlin Carter, Joey DeGroot, Kyle Dowling, and Carolyn Menyes.READ MORE

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Ty Segall Announces New EP 'Mr. Face,' Released As A "Playable Pair Of 3D Glasses"

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California garage rock extraordinaire Ty Segall has announced a new EP titled Mr. Face, which is set for release on Jan. 13 through Famous Class Records (that's the cover artwork up above). Though Mr. Face contains only four tracks, which could easily fit onto one record, the EP will be released as a double seven-inch, and is being billed as "the world's first playable pair of 3D glasses," which you're supposed to hold up to your eyes while you look at the record sleeve (as Segall helpfully demonstrates with this animated GIF over at Pitchfork).READ MORE

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Ty Segall Band to Release 'Live in San Francisco' Album in January, Share Live Track [LISTEN]

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Garage rock wizard Ty Segall has announced the release of a new live album called "Live in San Francisco (that's the cover up above)." The album is set for release Jan. 26 through Castle Face Records and was recorded with the Ty Segall Band, whom Segall recorded with for his 2012 fuzz-rock masterpiece "Slaughterhouse." Segall records most of his other albums by himself. According to "Pitchfork," the album is the latest in Castle Face's "Live in San Francisco" series, all of which are engineered by labelhead John Dwyer, who is also the singer and guitarist of psychedelic garage band Thee Oh Sees. The Ty Segall Band's "Live in San Francisco" was recorded at the Rickshaw Stop venue.READ MORE

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Ty Segall Plays a Bunch of David Bowie Songs During Chicago Concert [WATCH]

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Psychedelic rocker Ty Segall made a stop in Chicago Tuesday (Sept. 23) in support of his most recent album, Manipulator, and paid tribute to one of his favorite artists after the city's mayor proclaimed it "David Bowie Day."READ MORE

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7 Artists Who Switched Their Genre For One Album: Kanye West, George Harrison, And More

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Being a musician is a dream job for many, but it can get pretty frustrating and unfulfilling to keep releasing albums that all sound alike, which is why some artists choose to briefly venture into other genres occasionally. Here are seven artists who switched genres for one album.READ MORE

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Ty Segall Debuts Interactive Music Video For Manipulator [SCHEDULE]

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Segall's label, Drag City, debuted the colorful, papier-mâché video on YouTube today, but there was a second option available on his website. Instead of just listening to the video, fans can "manipulate" certain objects in the video. This trippy feature allows the viewer to change colors of the background, pictures on the wall and even see what's inside Segall's cartoon head. The interactive nature of the video works well with Segall's bouncy, synth-heavy track.READ MORE

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Beyoncé's Producer Is Wrong, 8 Artists That Prove Guitar Music Isn't Dead: Jack White, St. Vincent, And More

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This past week, pop producer Greg Kurstin, who has worked with the likes of Beyoncé and Kelly Clarkson, declared that guitar music is at an "all time low," especially in the United States. Anyone who follows music that goes even slightly off the mainstream knows that this claim is absolutely false, and here are 8 current artists (all American, by the way) to prove it.READ MORE

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6 Albums That Sound Totally Different From Their Predecessors: Springsteen, Blur, and more

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Most artists worth listening to tend to slightly change up their style with each release, and sometimes this results in the artist sounding completely different today than it did when it first started (hello, Radiohead). However, some artists forego this gradual transformation and instead entirely change their sound with just one album. Here are six albums that sound totally different from the one that came before it.READ MORE

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7 Great Indie Rock Albums with Creepy Artwork: Devendra Banhart, Ty Segall, and more

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Heavy metal albums usually have some awesomely terrifying artwork (when they’re not busy being totally awful), but they’re not the only albums capable of creeping you out with their covers. Here are seven of the creepiest album covers from indie rock artists.READ MORE

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