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White Fence – Swagger Vets (Live in SF)
On Sunday, March 31st 2013, Culture Kids, Ty, and White Fence shredded Amnesia to smithereens, the set was recorded and recently released as an LP “Live in San Francisco” by Castle Face Records.
EDITED BY Seth Barnard
and also… from LEAF
TY SEGALL – THE MAN MAN (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Taken from the “Sleeper” album (2013, Drag City)
DIRECTED BY Scott Z. Stinnett
STARRING; Ty Segall, Alex Mars, Matt Green, Dylan Sachse, Nate Zoller, Denee Petracek & Vivian West
THE GROWLERS - BEACH GOTH PARTY
“A night which will forever live in infamy”
EDITED BY Scott Z. Stinnett
White Fence is the project of Darker My Love’s Tim Presley who also plays in The Strange Boys. This Year, White Fence’s follow-up to the “Is Growing Faith” album, the third full-length “Family Perfume” (a double album) will be released separately. Vol. 1 will be released on vinyl and digitally on April 3rd via Woodsist – then Vol. 2 is coming later this Spring, and a 2LP/CD this Summer. ‘It Will Never Be’ is the first single from that release.
White Fence – Mr. Adams
Live at The Smell, 1.14.2011
|(via White Fence/Art Collective)|
White Fence (solo project of Darker My Love’s Tim Presley) plays ‘Sticky Fruitman Has Faith’ at Knitting Factory, BK 18.06.11 during Northside Festival. White Fence’s latest album “Is Growing Faith” is available on Woodsist.
“Al Lover’s ‘Distorted Reverberations’ – Psychedelic Reinterpretations of Contemporary Rock n’ Roll” is a new instrumental compilation that samples and re-creates some of the best current garage and psych bands. Download the entire mix featuring White Fence, Thee Oh Sees, King Tuff, Ty Segall and more, for free through Al Lover’s website.
White Fence – Lillian (Won’t You Play Drums?)
White Fence (aka Tim Presley known as the guitarist for Darker My Love) is set to release the second full-length “Growing Faith” on January 10th, 2011 via Woodsist, following-up to the self-titled debut album (LP: Make A Mess/CD: Woodsist).
|“Alchemy Vol. 1, 2, 3″ Tim Presley