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Ty Segall — ‘Manipulator’

By Philip Neeson A record a year (not counting collaborations) since 2008 Ty Segall has given us riotous fuzz-rock (‘Ty Segall’), lofi psych-folk (‘Melted’), and full-on surf-hardcore riffage (‘Slaughterhouse’). Now sees him return with his supposedly most accessible set of … Continue reading

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Woods — ‘With Light And With Love’

‘With Light and With Love is’– as with all Woods records– proper and true, if not always consistent. At times flowing loveliness, at other times more, er, to-the-left psych experiments (the nine-minute long title track– with its through-one-channel, perfectly placed … Continue reading

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Moon Duo — ‘Circles’

  Moon Duo (spin-off to Wooden Shjips) released this record at the tail end of the summer; a season– if one is lucky enough to get one- bitter weather forecaster ed– is perfect for this Mary Chain-meets Loop-lite repetitive psych-rock combo. I … Continue reading

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