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How Mexican Summer Spent Ten Years Changing Indie Rock
Ariel Pink: "Tell them Ariel Pink said to say Ariel said this was the tenth anniversary."
Did SSION Just Quietly Release the Most Astonishing Album of the Summer?
The cult DIY hero has returned after seven years—this time with a record featuring Sky Ferreira, Ariel Pink, Hole’s Patty Schemel and more.
MGMT Are Still Perfectly Strange
The band's fourth album, 'Little Dark Age,' is an '80s-indebted pop record that tries to celebrate through terrifying times. We sat down with Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser to talk it through.
Froogy’s Groovies Creates Mystical Pop On His New Track ‘What The Hell Am I Supposed to Do?’
Oakland multi-instrumentalist Emmet Moskowitz, aka, Muzzy steps out on his own on an upcoming cassette release.
PREMIERE: Mode's "Dance With Me" Is the Soundtrack to Your Late Summer Nights
Think sweaty guitars and MJ-inflected vocals, disciplined by the beat.
Lushlife Grabs Ariel Pink for "Hong Kong (Lady of Love)"
The track is co-produced by CSLSX and appears on 'Ritualize' out February 19 via Western Vinyl.
The Weird World Of Lawrence Rothman featuring Ariel Pink, Kim Gordon, Angel Olsen
This ain’t your parents’ folk rock, not even close.
Soko Gets Wet and Rowdy in Her Video for "Temporary Moodswing"
Party in the car wash and you're invited. Redemption undertones assured.
Kim Taylor Bennett
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A Day Out at Sugar Mountain in Australia
A look at the 2015 Sugar Mountain festival that included performances by Nas, Swans, Body/Head, Iceage, Ariel Pink, Bo Ningen and Twerps.
The Blobby Boys & Friends
Fashion Cat is on the red carpet interviewing Ariel Pink about what it means to chase negative publicity. It's a laugh and a half.
Holy Moly, Is Ariel Pink the Male Version of Grimes?
Maybe Ariel Pink really is a 26-year-old Canadian synth-pop goddess, except with a penis.
The Dirty Laundry Issue
November Music Reviews
We loved Grouper, hated Deerhoof, tried really hard to hate the Foo Fighters, and told a lot of stories about ourselves that probably aren't true.