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Live Review: Ty Segall 'Manipulator' (Interactive Video)

16 September 2014 | 11:55 pm | Hannah Galvin

Multi-talented musician Ty Segall has just revealed an exciting interactive video for the title track of his latest record, Manipulator.

The carpet will turn into a giant sirloin, dirty laundry transforms into a dishwasher and hey, giant fish can be planes too. None of this really phases TY SEGALL an awful lot, though how much are you willing to manipulate?

Musical genius Ty Segall has just delighted us with an interactive video to accompany the opening and title track off his latest solo LP, Manipulator. Welcomed globally with wide-stretched arms, the latest record is as wonderful as we'd anticipated, and has already received great success on-air, online and in the ears of many a fan.

Grateful as ever for the huge 17-track masterpiece, Ty Segall has gone that one step further to ensure we're not just listening to his sonic journey, we're right there with him.

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Throwing us into what looks like a Richard Hamilton artwork, we're welcomed by Ty whom looks part animated, part magazine clipping, yet still manages to sing and play guitar - see how talented he is? Soon learning that our cursor controls almost everything on the screen before us, we quickly become prolific visual artists; collating images of space, aircraft, anatomy, war and machinery all in the one frame. Can someone say pop-art revolutionary?

Ty Segall's Manipulator is available now through Spunk Records. Returning to Australia for the second time ever, Ty Segall will be playing Meredith this year, as well as a handful of dates in selected cities! Do not miss out on what is sure to be an amazing set.


Thursday, 11th December

The Bakery, Perth

Friday 12th December - Sunday 14th December

Meredith Music Festival, Victoria

Sunday, 14th December

Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Wednesday, 17th December

Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Friday, 19th December

The Zoo, Brisbane

Saturday, 20th December

The Northern Hotel, Byron Bay

Words by Hannah Galvin.