Dealing in both quality and quantity, Ty Segall’s legacy owes eight studio albums and just as many genre bending collaborations, while his cult live show has hit countless global stages from Coachella to Primavera and Bonnaroo. Call it searing garage-punk or visceral hard rock; Nuggets-schooled psych, thrashing or straight up rock’n’roll. At 27, he’s California’s guitar laureate – rarely short a new record or riff.

Ty first visited Australia on his Goodbye Bread chapter in 2011 – the crest of an eighteen month marathon on which he toured relentlessly and dropped four new records: his break-out solo releases Twins and Sleeper and the collaborative Hair and Slaughterhouse no less.