Mr. Face

Ty Segall - Mr. Face
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2015 Ratings: #429
January 13, 2015 / Release Date
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For the same reasons that Manipulator effected such effortless, oddly traditional yet coolly experimental psych-rock, the Mr. Face EP triumphs and seems like it could very well be comprised of B-sides from the Manipulator sessions.

Consequence of Sound

If anything, this EP could be the missing link between Manipulator and Segall’s previous album, Sleeper. Whereas Sleeper was Segall at his most melancholy, Mr. Face takes its musical ideas and gives them bite and vigor.

The 405

Not merely just a continuation of the sound Segall explored on Manipulator, Mr. Face kind of serves as a little montage, a reminder of why we love the man.


Mr. Face is already an exciting start to the new year for Segall, the beginning of another fruitful year.


Mr. Face is more or less back to business as usual—four songs that find Segall returning to the hazy mid-fi sound of his 2010 LP, Melted.

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Track List

  1. Mr. Face
  2. Circles
  3. Drug Mugger
  4. The Picture
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