Vinyl LP pressing. Burying '60 's sing-a-longs and dance crazes beneath waves of reverb and giddy thud, Ty Segall has carved out his own shelf in the SF Neo-Psych Garage alongside SF compatriots and collaborators Sic Alps and Thee Oh Sees. After shattering the Bay Area underground as a frantic. One-man-band that was devoured by the local press, Segall has now given up the solo act for a three piece that destroys sonic and melodic boundaries with manic glee. The new live setup is a better reflection of his studio work which generally starts with his one-man-band setup and builds from there. As an exploration of the space between Cro-Magnon fuzz and atmospheric acoustic Psych, Lemons is the natural next step after his celebrated self-titled 2008 debut. Look out, Jay Reatard! This Bay Area one-man-band has even scuzzier static in his garage.
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