jeudi 18 septembre 2014

Ty Segall, das Wunderkind in Hamburg 04/11/2014 (Knust)

Hey Hamburg, Ty Segall is playing at Knust the 4th of November. We can easily say that he’s one of the most interesting artist of nowadays and you can trust us, seeing him live has been some of the best experiences we had so far.

His new album « Manipulator » (Drag City) is completely rad (again) so if you want to take part of the rock and roll history, you have to be there.

French awesome garage rockers J.C. Satàn will warm up this special night so it means a second good reason to come.

- Get your tickets here.
- Fb event here
- Presented by Wild Wax Shows.

Check some cool videos and others informations below….

« Sei es solo, mit seiner offiziellen Band, als Teil der Epsilons oder Sic Alps, bei The Traditional Fools, mit White Fence und immer wieder mit Mikal Cronin - Mister "Hyperactive Rock’n'Roll Animal " Ty Segall findet einfach keine Ruhe, sein künstlerischer Output ist enorm. Allein seit 2011 war der Kalifornier an sage und schreibe 13 Veröffentlichungen mehr oder weniger beteiligt. Aktuell steht sein neues Soloalbum "Manipulator" kurz vor der Veröffentlichung und was man im Vorfeld so hört, wird es nach den spooky Akustiksongs auf dem Vorgänger "Sleeper" nun wieder schön laut und schrammelig in der 60s-Psycho-Garage zugehen. Und ganz sicher auch live! »

« San Francisco psych wunderkind Ty Segall continues a tireless musical assault on ears and minds. Over the past years he’s released records more often than most people do laundry, thrown himself in with the likes of Thee Oh Sees, White Fence and Mikal Cronin. 2012 saw two things of what TY does best: thick riffs on ‘Slaughtherhouse’ (In The Red) and deep psyche garage on his collab with White Fence ‘Hair’ (Drag City). Ty Segall grew up in the sunny surf of Orange Country California’s Laguna Beach where he spent his young days studying, surfing, and listing to the beach boys, the misfits, and black sabbath. Ty knew he had to get away from the sun in order to truly appreciate it, so he moved up north to the port of San Francisco and was amazed at how cold it was. Despite this fact, he found a new appreciation for psychadelic music and decided that he would give it a shot. Ty Played in the traditional fools, Party Fowl, The Epsilons, Sic Alps, and The Perverts. After meeting friend John Dwyer of Oh Sees fame, Ty was lucky enough to release a solo record on Dwyers Castle Face…the story began… »

Be there !!!

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