The album expands the singer’s sound while holding onto the maximalist streak that makes his work so compelling.
Segall remains less interested in fine-tuning a specific sound than endlessly experiment with new tools and attitudes.
This is the work of an artist who’s still intent on tearing things up, and understands how to shape interesting music out of the remnants.
Mikal Cronin’s MCII sheds much of the fuzz for a more balanced and polished approach.
Twins showcases an artist who’s still obsessed with the intricacies of his electric guitar.