Ty Segall's excellent new album, Sleeper, is a departure. It’s mostly acoustic and more introspective, but it retains Segall’s usual mastery of lo-fi psychedelia.
This record could easily have been recorded in 1969 — NPR and Stereogum hear traces of Syd Barrett, Donovan, and Marc Bolan. It’s also a total pleasure, and for a limited time you can stream it at NPR.
Ty Segall - Sleeper (via NPR)