Jam of the Week: Ty Segall

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Artist: Ty Segall

Album: Emotional Mugger

Genre: Garage Rock (Modern)

Date: 2016

Sound: Ty Segall gets experimental

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The Best Music of 2015

2015

Another year down, another list of tunes. There was a lot of good stuff out there, really a wide variety of awesomeness. Tell grandma that all music today isn’t bad, you just need to know where to look. Consider this your road map to jamtastic awesomeness from the fine year of 2015.

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Jam of the Week: Fuzz

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Artist: Fuzz

Album: Fuzz II

Genre: Garage Rock (Modern)

Date: 2015

Sound: Ty Segall at his absolute loudest

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The Best Music of 2013


2013
It was a rocking year for tunes, let me tell you Earth. Like all music nerds, I’m all about the year end lists. I don’t do a top songs list, because I’m an album man. Old school, what can I say. I’m not just doing the top 13 albums of 2013 though, we’ve got lots more going on than that. It’s time for some wild retrospective time, right…about…now.

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Show #51: Monster Fuzz

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One year. Yep. TRR has been rocking for one year, with our debut show Guitar Gods hitting the airwaves on 11/07/12. You know what they say: time flies when you’re rocking out like a boss. Something like that anyway. Well it’s been fun jamming out with you planet earth, so thanks for sticking with TRR and making great music possible. Okay, I’ll stop getting all gushy on you, let’s get to it. Today’s jam is a fresh spin of new tunes, but lesser known and louder than our usual new Indie Rock fare. Are you prepared? Please crank up those speakers right about…now.

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Jam of the Week: Fuzz

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Artist: Fuzz

Album: Fuzz

Genre: Garage Rock (Modern)

Date: 2013

Sound: Fuzzed out jams (hence the name)

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Show #12: Beware of Darkness

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Today we embarked on a new series called “From The Vault.” I’ll now be digging through the rarest of rare in my collection of tuneskies to provide you with some hidden gems. The first jam in the series is from the band Dark with the killer album, “Round The Edges.” Only 50 copies were pressed upon the album’s release, which made it an unheard collectors item (like a Bill Cosby Pez dispenser). The album has since been re-released and can now be heard by more than 50 people. As with all the jams in this series, it makes me wonder how viable rare albums are in comparison to popular ones. Give this LP a whirl and tell me what you think, because thinking thoughts is a good thing.

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