Pink blamed alcohol but didn’t defend his actions.
Feat. Ariel Pink, Marky Ramone and more.
“You are my cross-dressing friend… the one who never laughs, the one with all the jokes.”
Ariel Pink, homegrown icon Gurrumul and New York rock threeway The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion top the bill of a brand new music and arts festival called Supersense, which is due to take over Melbourne this August. Curated by global hotshot Sophia Brous in collaboration with the Asian Performing Arts Program, the high-cultural extravaganza promises
The VCA feels like the perfect fit for Sugar Mountain. Walking in accompanied by the psychedelic sounds of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard — they even get the flute out at one point! — a maze of classrooms, galleries and stages reveal themselves in a way that encourages discovery. Sugar Mountain isn’t just settling
Melbourne-based festival, Sugar Mountain, took a break in 2014, but it’s returned this year, rejuvenated and armed with its best lineup yet. Sugar Mountain has previously hosted the likes of The Dirty Projectors, Action Bronson, Deerhoof and Shabazz Palaces, but 2015 sees it welcome its most diverse, jam-packed bill. Headlined by Nas, performing his iconic
Sydney/London electronic trio Seekae stopped by triple j this morning for the penultimate Like A Version of 2014 to perform a hypnotic cover of Ariel Pink’s sentimental 2014 track Picture Me Gone, taken from his latest album pom pom. With just a single electric guitar, twinkling keys, some sparse beats and the sweet voice of
Brisbane venue The Brightside have unveiled the lineup for its 2015 Australia Day Eve party, as they bring together exciting international and local acts for a day of live music over two stages on Sunday, 25th January 2015. The Australia Day Eve event’s international lineup is led by eccentric US artist Ariel Pink, influential New
Ariel Pink is packing his bags, and his seven-piece band, and making his way to Australia in January 2015. Kicking things off as part of Sugar Mountain Festival in Melbourne, Ariel Pink, real name Ariel Rosenberg, will also be playing a handful of sideshows behind his latest album Pom Pom, due out in Australia next
The manager of pop superstar Madonna has refuted claims made by experimental LA-based musician, and Sugar Mountain Festival 2015 act, Ariel Pink that he had been recruited to work on the material girl’s upcoming album. Speaking to Faster Louder recently, Pink said he had been asked to work on Madonna’s new album, which will follow
Full lineup coming next week!
First Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti broke up via the band’s Facebook page, posting a status update in early June that read; “BROKE UP THE BAND TODAY HAUNTED GRAFFITI R.I.P.”. Then almost as fast as fans thought it was over, Pink’s publicist assured those concerned that there was “no truth” to the posted statement that has
LA-pop artist, Geneva Jacuzzi, has announced she will join Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti Australian tour next month. Jacuzzi weaves music, art and theatre in her live performances: synth pop tracks, retro visual art and a theatrical stage presence all feature as part of her unique on-stage antics. Her latest project, Dark Ages, combines her past
Ariel Pink has revealed details of his forthcoming works, which include two new albums and a werewolf film. The prolific song writer has already released eleven albums previously, drawing on that vast internal music library to create irresistible neuvo-classics by the earful. The American freak-folkster is now working on a new record with his band
Los Angeles based Psychedelic pop artist Ariel Pink has announced side shows while he is out here on the Golden Plain Sixxx 2012 line-up. Described as an outsider and a visionary, his monster hit Round & Round comes from his eleventh (yes, eleventh) album Before Today. He draws on that vast internal music library to
Mercurial rocker Ariel Pink has thrown a tantrum on stage at Coachella Festival in the United States, whinging about the sound, turning his back on the audience, grumpily smoking cigarettes, and eventually storming off stage in a huff.
West coast lo-fi lord Ariel Pink has just announced a solo Sydney show hot on the heels of Laneway’s lightning fast sell out. Loaded with hazy psychedelia and a warped pop sensibility, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti have had quite a year, with their album Before Today being one of the most critically lauded releases of