Garage, psych, indie, punk, jazz, hardcore, hell, even classic rock — they’re all tools in multi-instrumentalist Ty Segall’s varied songwriting repertoire. The San Francisco artist boasts one of the deepest discographies of any artist in any genre ever, spanning more than four dozen LPs, EPs, singles, live albums and collaborations, to say nothing of his bootleg releases. This is matched only by Segall’s unconventional guitar chops, melodic brilliance and poignant lyricism. From his worst cuts to his best singles, there’s always something intensely fascinating going on in the artist’s music. If you’re interested in any stripe of rock, especially underground, lo-fi and experimental, you owe it to yourself to make this date.