San Francisco songwriter Ty Segall typically follows a timeworn formula, in which welcoming pop melodies come layered in antisocial fuzz. Thankfully, his newly released ninth studio album—and second self-titled record, following his 2008 debut—doesn't stray from those tendencies. Grab some Polish sausage while you catch the prolific glam-psych mastermind live at Brooklyn's Warsaw.
|Venue name:||Warsaw at the Polish National Home||Contact:|
261 Driggs Ave
|Cross street:||between Eckford and Leonard Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Nassau Ave|