Pairing three great garage bands who should play together ALL THE TIME turned out to be as great in practice as it was in theory. This FYF outing paired So-Cal heroes Tijuana Panthers and Audacity with S.F. sunshine pop darling Ty Segall at Eagle Rock’s historic-library-turned-concert-venue Eagle Rock Center for the Arts. The cavernous venue tends to be better suited for reverbed-out types, losing some of the thrash in the hollowed out space, but it also allowed kids at the all-ages show to dance and stage-dive without rankling the feathers of the elders in the crowd. Which is to say, young bands like these playing a punked out version of ’60s nuggets rock brought out a nice fat swath of 18-40, rather than the typical 22-29 you might see at a regular Echo show or something. Audacity, the rowdiest of the bunch, sounded more collected on this particular night than some others, and more so than on record. Songs like Power Drowning‘s “Mode” retained their energy while allowing the song’s punked up jazz chords to come through. It’s enough to leave fans salivating over their upcoming second LP. Ty Segall meanwhile proved the clearer, more directly pop-influenced sound he debuted on this year’s excellent Goodbye Bread doesn’t mean his live shows will be any less exhilarating than before. The old psychedelia songcraft that inhabits songs like “California Commercial” sounded terrific and hummable as Segall and his three-pieced doled out song after song of stomp-along jams. If punks like these shining things things up a bit shows us anything, it’s that it makes those moments where they do let themselves freak out all the better, as Segall did in closing the show, screaming through his shock of blonde hair through a cover of Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid,” screeching the show to a halt at maximum velocity.