Album Review | ROCK
Ty Segall, ‘Twins’
In April, Ty Segall grooved with collaborator White Fence. In June, he charged at the front of the Ty Segall Band. On “Twins,” the San Francisco garage-rocker’s third full-length release this year, Segall wants to strut. The record is technically the follow-up to his previous solo effort, 2011’s “Goodbye Bread,” which was celebrated for showing off the punk’s singer-songwriter side. “Twins” expands that interest in song-craft without shaking off remnants of his other 2012 endeavors.