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Turbo 3 - Viernes eléctrico (230) - 18/08/17  

Abrimos con cuatro grandes canciones de distintas etapas de David Bowie, que será homenajeado hoy en el festival Stardust, primera edición de esta cita que se celebra hoy en Soria. Y también en este Viernes Eléctrico: la música de The Delta Riggs, Ty Segall, Muse y The Jungle Giants, entre otros. DAVID BOWIE - Rebel rebel (Live Nassau Coliseum '76), DAVID BOWIE - Suffragette City, DAVID BOWIE - Heathen, DAVID BOWIE - The stars (are out tonight), TY SEGALL - Girlfriend, TY SEGALL - Break a guitar, DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 - Freeze me, MUSE - Stockholm syndrome, DZ DEATHRAYS - Shred for Summer, LED ZEPPELIN - Immigrant song, THE DELTA RIGGS - Baddest motherfucker in the beehive, THE JUNGLE GIANTS - Feel the way I do, PLAYA GÓTICA - Bailando, !!! - NRGQ, IS TROPICAL - Dancing anymore, EMPIRE OF THE SUN - We are the people.


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Ty Segall  

The last time Ty Segall was in KEXP's studio, he ripped off a baby mask and squealed into the mic before he'd even played a single song. About a year later, he's definitely more coherent in his interview - he doesn't ask Cheryl Waters to be his mommy this time around - but he's still anything but boring in this explosive session. Joining his “surrogate mommy” Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room, Segall and The Freedom Band rip through three songs, the lessons a musician can learn from Steve Albini, and why EQs are not your friend.  Recorded 3/2/2017 - 3 songs: Break a Guitar, Freedom, Warm Hands (Freedom Returned)

Ty Segall - Orange Color Queen  

Ty Segall - Orange Color Queen - from the 2017 album Ty Segall on Drag City.

The Gorsuch hearings and the future of the Constitution  

Michael Ramsey of the University of San Diego and Eric Segall of Georgia State University discuss what the hearings reveal about Neil Gorsuch's potential impact on the Supreme Court and constitutional law.

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Tackling uncomfortable questions about how technology is changing our lives, with Laurie Segall  

David Chalian, CNN’s political director, talks with CNN's Senior Technology Correspondent Laurie Segall about her new CNNgo series "Mostly Human" - an investigative look at our increasingly complicated relationship with technology, from one woman's love for a robot, to our lack of privacy providing powerful tools for Silicon Valley, as well as the political world.

#584 Shirley Collins & Opinions on Japandroids & Ty Segall  

Of all the artists in the English folk revival, Shirley Collins was the most devoted to traditional song. After a nearly 40 year recording hiatus, she's finally released a new album. Shirley Collins joins hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot to discuss her career and her experiences traveling through America to collect field recordings with Alan Lomax. Plus, reviews of the new albums by Japandroids and Ty Segall.

#123 - Roger Robinson & Disrupt, Ty Segall, Paper Hats, Blanck Mass - 16 January 2017  

Our first show of 2017 shows that not all things change with time. Ten tracks of wonderful independent music, from the Bollywood-soaked garage punk of Doctors & Engineers to the experimental electronics of Blanck Mass, stopping off for an exclusive first play from the new Roger Robinson and Disrupt record, new Ty Segall, a new Kiki Hitomi and Dead Fader collaboration and much more.

Podcastland (Gæst: Karen Segall)  

Kunstneren Karen Segall, har snøret vandreskoene og tager med Jonathan Ferris ud på en vandring i podcastens forunderlige univers. Undervejs på deres rejse gør de stop ved de tre podcast ”Pomelo”, som er en performancekunst podcast, ”ASMR” der med behagelige lyde, får dig til at slappe fuldstændig af og som rosinen i pølseenden, slår de et smut forbi tandlæseren Dorthe Bredgaards podcast ”Kan man bide fra sig uden tænder?”.

#125: Ken Segall  

Ken Segall, who worked with Steve Jobs as ad agency creative director for twelve years, talks with Lindsay about Apple, Mad Men, and his former life as a drummer in an Italian band. Read THINK SIMPLE: http://bit.ly/28NuyOl

Ty Segall & The Muggers  

Ty Segall & The Muggers (featuring Kyle Thomas of King Tuff, Mikal Cronin, Wand's Cory Hanson and Evan Burrows, and Emmet Kelly of The Cairo Gang) stop by KEXP for the first ever live broadcast session from our new live room. Recorded 01/21/2016 - 5 songs: Squealer, Emotional Mugger / Leopard Priestess, Baby Big Man (I Want a Mommy), Breakfast Eggs, Candy Sam / Squealer Two.

#79 - Thee Oh Sees, Gnod, Tomppabeats, Golden Rules - 8 February 2016  

After an electronics heavy podcast last week, you don’t get many more fantastic guitar acts than those that feature on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From new tracks from San Francisco friends Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, to Manchester’s ever magnificent Gnod and the immense sounds of Sheffield’s Blood Sport. We also have odd electronics from Basic Rhythm, techno from Route 8, Kora-gorgeousness from Stranded Horse, light-touch Finnish hip hop from Tomppabeats, heavier-touch hip hop from Golden Rules and the latest from the Sofrito Super Singles club. Tracklisting Thee Oh Sees - Fortress Route 8 - The Sunrise in her Eyes Stranded Horse - Monde Blood Sport - Reflective Orange Tomppabeats - I Want to Tell You I Love You but I Can’t Tomppabeats - You’re Cute Gnod - The Mirror Basic Rhythm - Raw Trax (Weekend Rush) Alma Negra - Mageko Ty Segall - Squealer Golden Rules - The Let Down

Music That Matters, Vol. 498 - Warm Impermanence  

Afternoon Show host Kevin Cole turns to face the strange changes with a music mix for the ages including new Ty Segall, Paul Westerberg, Operators, and local music from Damien Jurado, Crater, Pillar Point and more.   1. Hinds - Garden 2. Hippo Campus - South 3. Nevermen - Mr. Mistake 4. Operators - Cold Light 5. TRAAMS - Succulent Thunder Anthem 6. Ty Segall - Candy Sam 7. Crater - Habits Die 8. Pillar Point - Lafayette 9. Mark McGuire - The Undying Stars 10. Nicola Cruz - Colibria 11. Mr. Silla - Holding On 12. Damien Jurado - Exit 353 13. The Orange Humble Band - If That's What You Want 14. The I Don't Cares - King of America 15. Charlie Hilton - Pony 16. All Them Witches - Talisman 17. Caspian - Arcs of Command

Music That Matters, Vol. 437 - Music Mix from Melly  

Music That Matters, Vol. 437 - Music Mix from Melly   Join Variety Mix host Mel for a new installment of KEXP's weekly Music That Matters podcast. This mix draws inspiration from the brooding and dark Seattle weather, and also gathers some of the songs that Mel couldn't get enough of during 2014. Enjoy tunes from ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of the Dead, Mogwai, Ty Segall and more.   1. This Will Destroy You - War Prayer 2. Mogwai - Remurdered 3. …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - The Doomsday Book 4. Big Deal - Figure it Out 5. Ty Segall - Feel 6. Chad VanGaalen - Where Are You? 7. Wussy - Teenage Wasteland 8. JJ - Dynasti 9. Sylvan Esso - Coffee 10. The Acid - Fame 11. Korallreven - Second Comin' 12. Clark - Winter Linn 13. Young Fathers - Low

Music That Matters, Vol. 430 - Summer is Gone  

Summer is gone but the music never stops. Here's another sampling of tunes from Midday Show host Cheryl Waters to usher you into fall. Featuring new songs from Owl John, J Mascis, Pete Molinari, Modern Kin, Ty Segall and more! 1. Ylja - Dúmdara lara 2. Fernando - The Dogs 3. Peter Matthew Bauer - Philadelphia Raga 4. Tom Eddy - Seeing Someone 5. Owl John - Red Hand 6. Allah-Las - Buffalo Nickel 7. The Barr Brothers - Half Crazy 8. Quilt - Saturday Bride 9. Split Single - Last Goodbye 10. Bear In Heaven - Time Between 11. BRONCHO - Class Historian 12. J Mascis - Better Plane 13. Pete Molinari - Hang My Head In Shame (feat. Barrie Cadogan) 14. Modern Kin - Abandon 15. Ty Segall - Feel 16. FF - Caught In A Dream

#458 Work Songs and Opinions on Ty Segall  

After a relaxing Labor Day, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot get back into the swing of things by playing the best songs inspired by work. Then they review a new album from the California garage rocker Ty Segall.

Guest DJ Ty Segall  

On this week's episode of All Songs Considered, prolific fuzz-rock mastermind Ty Segall joins host Robin Hilton to share some of the music that shaped his new album Manipulator and a behind-the-scenes look into his recording process.

#360 Ty Segall & Reviews of Miguel and Grizzly Bear  

Grab those earplugs - loud guitars ahead. Ty Segall and his band join Jim and Greg for a live taping of Sound Opinions at Chicago's Lincoln Hall. Later in the show, Jim and Greg review much-buzzed new records from R&B newcomer Miguel and indie rock royalty Grizzly Bear.

Episode 34 - Raw Meat & Ty Segall / Superman IV & Terence Trent D'Arby / Argo & Here Comes The Boom  

See You Next Wednesday Episode 34 brings the... boom this week with coverage of the new Ty Segall album, a trip back to 1987 to watch Superman IV: The Quest For Peace and listen to Terence Trent D'Arby, and reviews of Argo and Here Comes The Boom.

Plus, stick around for Hero Swap Cage Match and our re-casting of Reservoir Dogs!

Episode 17 - Rubber / Film Roulette: Moonrise Kingdom & Seeking A Friend / Ty Segall & Killer Mike Reviews / Hero Swap: Cage Match  

So much happens in Episode 18 of See You Next Wednesday, we don't even know where to begin! For starters, some major announcements as well as a review of the cult-arthouse-thriller-horror-killer-tire flick Rubber! Then Film Roulette (we saw Moonrise Kingdom and Seeking a Friend for the End of the World) and our new Hero Swap segment: CAGE MATCH! Plus, reviews of the new Killer Mike and Ty Segall Band albums!

Turbo 3 - Beck - 28/08/17  

Comenzar con un nuevo tema de Beck nos da una energía especial para arrancar la semana. A parte de 'Dear life' (lo nuevo del genio californiano), también escuchamos a Foo Fighters, Sidonie, Black Honey (telonearán a Royal Blood en su visita a España en octubre), Lanza Internacional y Playa Gótica. Además, vuelve el Disco Gourmet de la semana a Turbo 3, esta vez con 'Villains' de Queens of the Stone Age. Playlist: BECK - Dear life, FOO FIGHTERS - The sky is a neighborhood, THE BLACK KEYS - Year in review, THE KILLERS - Wonderful wonderful, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - Feet don’t fail me, ROYAL BLOOD - How did we get so dark?, BLACK HONEY - Somebody better, TY SEGALL - Feel, EVERYTHING EVERYTHING - Night of the long knives, PLAYA GÓTICA - Extraños visitantes, LANZA INTERNACIONAL - Mala fama, FRANZ FERDINAND - Evil eye, MISS CAFFEINA - Ácido, SIDONIE - Estáis aquí.


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