Ty Segall :: Harmonizer

There's a fine tradition of albums named after the recording studios that birthed them, so in the modern era of so much at-home recording, it's almost a warm and welcoming anachronism when it happens. Harmonizer, the first recording to be completed at Ty Segall's new Harmonizer Studios, is just that. Coming two years after Segall's last album under his own name, Harmonizer is a svelte 10 songs and 35 minutes that hums along channeling its namesake. But it's also a bit of a coming out party for a more synth-driven sound for Segall . . .

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