Free MP3 Download From Thee Oh Sees: “Lupine Dominus”

Thee Oh Sees

San Francisco-based psychedelic rockers Thee Oh Sees are spearheading a new generation of “thin, wild mercury music” as their dirty sound rattles the walls of garages, bedrooms, and clubs from coast to coast.

FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD:  Thee Oh Sees – “Lupine Dominus”

Catch the band in Madison for their co-headling concert date with Ty Segall on September 29 at the High Noon Saloon.  Click here to snag your tickets.


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Just Announced Madison Concert + Win Tickets Before You Can Buy: Ty Segall & Thee Oh Sees, 9.29.12

Saturday, September 29, 2012


Ty Segall

Thee Oh Sees

High Noon Saloon – 9:30pm

$12 ADV $14 DOS – 18+

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Ty Segall Takes Madison Crowd To The Edge and Back

Ty Segall

There’s no pretense to Ty Segall. Standing in front of a microphone at the High Noon Saloon last Wednesday evening (May 9, 2012), the shaggy blonde rocker looks like just another kid from the bus–the silent type who spent the ride to school engrossed beneath bomber headphones. But Ty Segall isn’t the silent type, and neither is his guitar. He holds it like a weapon, sputtering chaotic riffs as if he brandishing an electrified riot gun. Whether slowly entering the night’s set with The Addam’s Family theme song or spinning into guttural licks in “Girlfriend,” at a Ty Segall show, the crowd is the petri dish and the music becomes the catalyst for human combustion.

Though accompanied at the night’s opening by White Fence for two excellent tracks off their collaboration album Hair, Segall remained the focal point for swooning punks and swinging shoulders for the rest of the night.  Because Segall doesn’t sing, he purrs, and in turn the audience lost its collective mind as if gaseous delirium was being pumped through the air vents.

Somewhere lost in the mosh pit is a notebook full of song tracks and notes written in an illegible hand, but the pit at a Ty Segall show isn’t the place for music criticism or any sort of articulation. It’s the two minute ledge where we all come to fall backwards into black pools, the thrum of static like blissful wind rushing past our ears.

–Austin Duerst


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The Vibrant Psychedelia Of Ty Segall Comes To High Noon Saloon Tomorrow Night

Ty Segall

Ty Segall, an up-and-coming garage rocker who has been prolifically recording over the last eight years, will make an appearance at the High Noon Saloon on Wednesday, May 9 (tickets here). His new album Goodbye Bread came out in the summer of 2011 and won critical acclaim for its inventive, laid-back style.

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Gritty Psych Rockers Ty Segall and White Fence Come Together For “Scissor People” Vid

Ty Segall White Fence

“The 23-year-old deals in the kind of one-take, reverb-drenched, sugary psych-pop that mostly sounds effortless and might occasionally be genius.” – Uncut magazine

If psychedelic garage rock is your thing, you’ll definitely want to check out Ty Segall‘s performance of “Scissor People” with White Fence below, and pick up tickets to see them live in Madison at the High Noon Saloon on May 9.


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