She Don't Care - Ty Segall

from the album Sleeper (2013)

Last Thursday night, I had the privilege of being a guest on my favorite Internet radio show, The Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero.  It was three hours of psychedelic music from the 60's and 70's.  Sitting in the studio with its awesome speakers, I rediscovered the thick, analog tones of the era.  It has changed the way I think of new music.

I had a blast hangin' out with Brett, spinning bands like The 13th Floor Elevators and The Animated Egg.  But when I stripped it all back, the night served as a reminder that The Beatles created the best psychedelic music ever recorded.  Brett wisely started off the show with Tomorrow Never Knows off of Revolver.  This is often described as the first and greatest psychedelic song, ever.  I can't disagree.

This renewed focus on The Beatles drew me to She Don't Care off of Ty Segall's latest album.  When I listen to this song I am positively reminded of the four dudes from Liverpool.  This song could have easily found its way onto Revolver, or perhaps Magical Mystery Tour.  The songwriting, the vocals, the tones, and the production are all right there.

My lady friend thought it sounded like Oasis.  I found this humorous, in an Colonel Blimp kind of way.

Comparisons aside, this is a really good song that I hope you enjoy.

Click Here to listen to She Don't Care.

Click Here to visit the blog for The Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero.  It contains the playlist from last Thursday's show which is a treasure trove of psychedelic songs to compliment your next trippin' mix tape.