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Ariel Pink's pom pom is out today -- it's great, and you can stream it here. And as we all know, Pink's been taking every opportunity in the press cycle to talk a lot of shit about, well, pretty much…   Read Story »
Following a lot of (manufactured?) controversy, a handful of revelatory live shows, and a run of singles that have included "Put Your Number In My Phone," "Black Ballerina," and "Picture Me Gone,"…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink's at it again: in a new Guardian profile, the singer tries to separate himself from his trolly statements in the past -- "I'd like to be seen as a normal, attractive person with good…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink has opinions on everything! Horror movies, Madonna ... ask that guy a question and he is gonna have an answer. Today, Spin published an interview with Pink in which he shared some more…   Read Story »
Azealia Banks may have finally gotten her debut album out into the world, but that doesn't mean she's given up her infamous beefing ways. A new profile for The Guardian reads like a laundry list of…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink's pom pom is almost upon us, and to mark the occasion Pink is planning a week of events in Los Angeles. Pink's Tantalising Tinsel-Town Take Over begins tomorrow, 11/11, with Delicious…   Read Story »
This week Azealia Banks released her very long-awaited debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste, out of fucking nowhere. It was so sudden that she's going to have to wait till next week to make it…   Read Story »
I don't know if it's some combination of Halloween sugar-hangover and Republican-Senate-takeover anxiety or what, but there are some dark and strange and intense visions on this week's list. Every…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink has teamed with "Put Your Number In My Phone" director Grant Singer on another pom pom video. This one is for the six-minute slow jam "Picture Me Gone" (one of the tunes Pink sang with the…   Read Story »
Kids have their fictional heroes. For some it might be Batman or Spider-Man or Katniss Everdeen. They're usually good guys. Ariel Pink's childhood hero was a villain: a burn victim with a razor glove…   Read Story »