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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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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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 #32: Lonely Boys

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The Blacks Keys are now one of the biggest names in Modern Rock. How did they do it? By being awesome, duh. Today was an artist showcase showing casual and dedicated fans alike where this killer band came from. Sure I could only play two songs from the band, but we had tons of other related awesomeness that you might not have jammed to. We even had…wait for it…a hip-hop song. Don’t expect that to become a normal dealio by the way. So after you jam to the show, let me know how you thing the keys rose to popularity. I always wanted to be popular, but that definitely never happened. Maybe I could hang out with The Black Keys though…hmm…

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Jam of the Week: Savages

 

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Jam of the Week

Artist: Savages

Album: Silence Yourself

Genre: Garage Rock (Modern)

Date: 2013

Sound: Modern New Wave

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Jam of the Week: Deerhunter

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Jam of the Week

Artist: Deerhunter

Album: Monomania

Genre: Indie Rock

Date: 2013 (Not Even Dropped Yet!)

Sound: Indie With Some Fuzzed-Out Garage Rock

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Jam of the Week: The Men

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Jam of the Week

Artist: The Men

Album: New Moon

Genre: Psychedelic Rock (Modern)

Date: 2013 (New!)

Sound: A throw-back, Garage / Psych / Punk bonanza

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Jam of the Week: King Tuff

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I’m always jamming to good tunes. How else would I know what to play on the show? Maybe I can start calling it “research” or something.

I figured I should probably share these tuneskies with my pals across the great Planet Earth. Some of the stuff is new, some of the stuff is old school, some of the stuff you’ve heard of before, some of the stuff is obscure. Either way, all of the stuff has passed an intense pre-qualification process to ensure awesomeness.

So each week, I’ll give you a great album as the “jam of the week.” Well, it may not be every week, since I’ll probably forget here and there, but I like to keep my goals lofty (like my bball hops). I’ll give you some info and a video clip to check the tunes out. Then head over to your local record store, iTunes, Spotify, or wherever, and then start jamming like a boss.

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Show #6: Far Out, Man

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Planet Earth. We meet again.

Today we rocked with a killer shut up and play series show. I’ve noticed that I have been a bit stuck in the past for the last five episodes. I decided it was time to venture into new tuneskies, from the past era of Psychedelic Rock into the modern era of, well, Psychedelic Rock.

Hopefully you’re aware of the great Psychedelic Rock movement back in the late sixties with such epic bands as The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Beatles, The Doors, Love, 13 Floor Elevators, and yes, the list goes on. What you may not be aware of, is that the same Psychedelia genre is alive and well with new artists kicking out some great trippy and fuzzed out jams.

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