Ty Segall And White Fence Hair on LP
Known for rock and roll both savage and incisive and pastorally acidwinged, Ty Segall and White Fence collaborated on a set of songs that accelerate wildly from where we last found them. 2012's Hair squares their guitar-fringed traffic with purple flashes, escalating every song before multiple explosions rock the frame during their penultimate joust.
Goodbye Bread and Is Growing Faith are both amazing records in their own right, but neither has the dual-turbine speaker-breakers to be found on Hair. Chanting to and from the dome with your living soundtrack, providing the Hair-dressing for your psychic salad are Ty Segall & White Fence-builder Tim Presley, with Sean Presley and Mikal Cronin along for the frantic carpet ride.
It unrolls from within and in between them and electricity takes many forms, plunging from rock trips to acoustic strollers to poppy reveries to freak-downs at side's end. Hair gets tangled deep in clouds of guitars and drums and counter-riffs and percussion and noise, then pressed flat and combed back with vocal harmonies and compression.