Drag City, Home of Ty Segall and Smog, Puts Much of Catalog on Spotify & Tidal

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Ty Segall performs onstage during FYF Festival at Los Angeles Sports Arena on Aug. 27, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Drag City have long refrained from putting their music on streaming platforms. In June, the Chicago label added their catalog to Apple Music, and now the majority of their catalog has appeared on Spotify, Tidal, and Google Play.

Featuring music from SmogSilver JewsTy SegallBill Callahan, and others, Spotify has also put together a playlist of some of the label's highlights titled "This is Drag City." Oddly enough, Joanna Newsom's Drag City albums are now available on Apple Music, Tidal, and Google Play, but still not Spotify.

Many records from other Drag City favorites like Will Oldham and Jim O'Rourke are also still absent from all streaming platforms.

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.