The always-working Ty Segall already has plans to follow up his August-released Manipulator with an EP that comes with a fun twist. The four-song Mr. Face features a 3-D album cover, a pair of 3-D glasses and two 7-inch vinyl records that can also be used to see the image in all it’s three-dimensional glory. There’s no indication as to what inspired it, but it’s a neat idea, so we’ll forgive Mr. Segall.
By Marc Hogan on 01.07.15 in News
It's a glasses-off moment. As Pitchfork points out, Ty Segall has shared "Mr. Face," the title track from a new double-vinyl EP that works as a playable pair of 3D glasses (for some history, see How Ty Segall’s New Vinyl...
By Marc Hogan on 12.18.14 in News
On December 9, Jack White announced a new "Third-D" virtual reality app, once again taking the arms race over novel ways of presenting music to a new level. Earlier the same day, though, a Brooklyn label without the reso...
By Marc Hogan on 11.12.14 in News
Ty Segall is back to his famously prolific ways — if you can be "prolific" in releasing old material. After taking about a year to release this summer's Manipulator, the San Francisco garage-rock force of nature recently...
By Andrew Parks on 10.10.14 in News
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