Ty Segall is one busy musician. Over the past year, he’s released a solo record titled Freedom’s Goblin, his sophomore collaborative album with White Fence called Joy, an album with his aggro post-punk band GØGGS called Pre Strike Sweep and will be dropping the all-covers album Fudge Sandwich this Friday. To really top off a banner 2018, Segall quietly and sneakily released a fifth album last Friday, October 18 during the opening reception for his art show “Orange Rainbow” in Los Angeles.
Titled Orange Rainbow, the release was limited to 55 copies of cassettes, all sold during the reception. A listing for the 13-track project is available on Discogs, and some cunning fans have sniffed out that it was sold for $25 and released via Segall’s Drag City imprint God? Records. Perhaps, if we’re lucky, he’ll have some of the tapes available at his Neumos show this Saturday, October 27.
Check out an image of the Orange Rainbow cassette and watch Segall’s 2017 KEXP in-studio performance below.
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