You know by now that one of the constants of the universe, akin to all those laws of physics I know absolutely nothing about, is that Ty Segall is an unstoppable lo-fi pop-punk juggernaut. His new record Manipulator, his sixth solo album in as many years and like his twenty-billionth record with assorted bands and collaborative projects in the same time span, is seventeen songs long and kicks ass; you can stream it now via NPR, just in time to buy a CD and drive around cranking it with the windows down. If you're still in high school, can you do us a huge favor and blast this as you roll up to your first day of senior year? Thanks in advance! Stream the whole record over at NPR and/or watch the whole band (featuring Mikal Cronin, Ty'sFuzz collaborator Charlie Moothart, and Emily Rose Epstein, who's possibly the most badass drummer alive) destroy album highlight "Feel" on Conan below. You can pick up a physical copy of Manipulator starting August 26th.
Stream Ty's new record via NPR, just in time for a few more weeks of driving with the windows down.