They don’t come more prolific than San Francisco’s Ty Segall. Over recent years this one-man scuzz machine has churned out albums as part of numerous bands and collaborations, as well as spewing out four of his own ludicrously exciting records. Slaughterhouse, his latest, and first written alongside his regular touring band, is a spine-tingling, neo-psychedelic rollercoaster that not only pushes every boundary of the genre – it leaves it warped and bent on the floor. Expect to have your hair frazzled and face melted by the best guitar band around. Support comes from Manchester’s Fat Cat-signed Milk Maid.

Mon 30 Jul, Night & Day Cafe, 26 Oldham Street, M1 1JN, Tel: 0161 236 4597, 7.30pm, £8,

Mon 30 Jul
Sam Alder
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Mon 30 Jul 2012