Published Nov 13, 2013Castle Face Records's concert series Live in San Francisco kicked off earlier this month with a release from White Fence (a.k.a. singer-songwriter Tim Presley), and the label has revealed that it has roped Ty Segall's FUZZ for the second volume.
A press release notes that the four songs being preserved on the platter, due December 3, were captured at San Francisco's the Eagle last June, on Segall's birthday. The show was apparently packed, and the stoner trio's set is said to have had Segall "wailing through a guitar amp and dominating drums like it's the easiest thing in the world."
You can sample a bit of the acid tab, psych-rock insanity down below via a stream of the band's "You Won't See Me," which had previously appeared as a B-side to the group's recent "Sleigh Ride" 7-inch.
Like the White Fence release, the show was "captured hot to tape and mixed and massaged" by Chris Woodhouse, Eric Bauer, Bob Marshall and Thee Oh Sees' John Dwyer. You'll find the tracklisting info down below.
FUZZ: Live in San Francisco:
1. This Time I've Got A Reason
2. Fuzz's Fourth Dream
3. You Won't See Me