Lo-fi musician Ty Segall first garnered public acclaim as the lead singer of Orange County, California garage rock revivalist band the Epsilons. With that band, he practiced a rawer, snottier take on Strokes/Vines/White Stripes-style rock, occasionally delving into more retro territory. On his solo album, Lemons, however, Segall delivered a much more traditional sound, studiously re-creating ’60s guitar tones and drenching his tracks in old-school reverb. The stomping results bore a striking resemblance to early garage masters such as the Sonics and the Standells, as well as proto-punks the Stooges and bedroom folk antecedent Alexander “Skip” Spence. He returned in 2010 with Melted. 2011 was a busy year for him, with two albums — Live in Aisle Five and Goodbye Bread — scheduled for release. Goodbye Bread marked a turn toward Segall’s softer side, evoking a John Lennon-like take on quieter and more introspective singer/songwriter fare. In 2012, Segall collaborated with Strange Boys’ offshoot White Fence on Hair. This mini-album married Segall’s Beatles-soaked pop hooks and production with White Fence’s Syd Barrett-influenced, acid-damaged garage sounds. Two more Segall albums followed that year, including June’s Slaughterhouse with the Ty Segall Band on In the Red, and Twins, the completely solo follow up to Goodbye Bread released on Drag City in October.