Tag: Ariel Pink
Ariel Pink Announces Second Installment of “Ariel Archives” Retrospective
“House Arrest,” “Worn Copy,” and “The Doldrums” will be reissued by Mexican Summer on April 24.
Ariel Pink Announces First Installment of Ariel Archives Series
The retrospective collection kicks off with three reissued Haunted Graffiti LPs, all out October 25 on Mexican Summer.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Desert Daze 2017
A not so Coachella experience in the sand.
Ariel Pink, “Dedicated to Bobby Jameson”
Once again, the man born Ariel Rosenberg manages to trudge through his own pink slime just in time to catch a glimpse of the gray sunset.
The Shins, “Heartworms”
The Shins’ fifth record exists in a weird, pleasing limbo between Ariel Pink and The Magnetic Fields.
PLAYLIST: A Soundtrack to the Resistance
Mute your TV. Turn up your stereo.
Meet Drugdealer in the Weyes Blood–Featuring Video for “Suddenly”
Michael Collins’s debut drops September 9 on Domino imprint Weird World.
Breaking: Boss Selection
Producer Sunny Levine steps out from behind the boards on his collaborative LP.
Four Days and Four Nights at Le Guess Who? Festival
Running wild in the streets of Utrecht, Netherlands.
LISTEN: Hang with Hinds in the New Track “Garden”
“Leave Me Alone” is out January 8 on Mom + Pop
LISTEN: Fly the Friendly Weirdo Skies with Mild High Club on “Undeniable”
“Timeline” is out September 18 on Circle Star Records, a new imprint of Stones Throw
LISTEN: Dam-Funk Announces First Solo Album in Six Years, Shares Funk-laden Single “We Continue”
Invite the Light will drop September 4 on Stones Throw
WATCH: Reality Is a Beautiful Bummer in Video for Ariel Pink’s “Dayzed Inn Daydreams”
With a tumultuous and spectacular 2014 behind him, Ariel Pink has continued his vision of a pom pom universe today with a new video for the…
Primavera Sound 2015 Lineup Released
The refreshing taste of variety: The Strokes, Patti Smith, Sleater-Kinney, and more will head to Barcelona this May
Insane Lineup for Burgerama Four Announced, Including Weezer, Ariel Pink, Ty Segall, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Along with the fantastic, low-key Woodsist Fest, Burger Records’ annual Burgerama festival has quickly become an indie rock tradition for Californians (particularly for those who…
Take Five: Ariel Pink
The future within (and without) the prognosticatory, labrythine musician in five questions.
Ariel Pink, “pom pom”
What has instead materialized is a batshit Ariel Pink “solo” double album, pom pom, paradoxically culled from the most collaborative recording process of his career.
WATCH: Ariel Pink Hides Faces Behind Masks in Video for “Picture Me Gone”
When Ariel Pink joined New York City’s P.S. 22’s choir for a day, he shared the emotionally-charged live version of “Picture Me Gone.” Unlike the pseudo-romantic…