The garage rocker, Ty Segall, drops the guitar in favour of keyboards and electronics on an album that wanders through Psych Rock while never really settling on mood or style. The opening two tracks showcase this perfectly as the bombastic ‘Taste’ leads into the slow burning ‘Whatever’. “I’ll be whatever you want me to be” Segall sings on the latter before wind instruments descent in a discordant finale. A couple of tracks later, as drum solo gives way to a final, powerful chorus on ‘The Fall’, the switchups have become a way of controlling the chaos. Carefully crafted, ‘First Taste’ is a Psych adventure that careens and careers yet inexplicably holds it together.