Ruler Tuff may be the neo-garage alter ego of multifaceted musician Kyle Thomas. Implementing the moniker in his teenagers like a play on his initials as well as the name Ruler Tut, Thomas wouldn’t start playing as Tuff until 2006, when he self-released an recording via CD-R between using freaky folk revivalists Feathers and J. Mascis’ stoner metallic music group Witch. His full-length debut, Was Deceased, arrived in Oct 2008 for the Colonel label, presenting his anthemic lo-fi sonics towards the people. Touring with Hunx & His Punx and Witch, and liberating an album along with his off-kilter power pop music group Happy Birthday, place the Tuff task on the trunk burner until 2011, whenever a break up solitary with Hex Dispensers showed up. A year later on, he teased his follow-up recording with the Crazy Desire solitary for Suicide Press before offering the entire monty, simply known as Ruler Tuff, which produced the jump towards the revered Sub Pop label and discovered Tuff growing the musical palette showing his yen for retro-pop melodies. He came back in 2014 with third record Dark Moon Spell, a fuzzy eruption of glam rock and roll and funky garage area pop made by the Go’s Bobby Harlow.