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Ariel Pink is a troll. We know this. He's been pushing that side of his persona to complete saturation lately, claiming to love the Westboro Baptist Church and blasting Madonna's career while…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink's feverishly wacky new album pom pom is coming out next month, and up until now, the only song we'd heard from it was the slickly strange "Put Your Number In My Phone." But now Pink has…   Read Story »
The children's chorus at PS22 in Staten Island has developed a massive following for their covers of songs by indie artists, including St. Vincent and Tame Impala. One of the songs that initially…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink has been agitating people lately, between his trolly comments on misogyny and the Westboro Baptist Church and his whole "maced by a feminist" story. Just yesterday, Pink said in an…   Read Story »
In a new interview with Faster Louder, Ariel Pink confirmed that he's working on Madonna's follow-up to 2012's MDNA, and he has some pretty harsh words for the pop icon. He makes it clear that while…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink played three new songs from his upcoming pom pom LP on WNYC's Soundcheck program today. You can hear him debut "Dazed Inn Daydreams," "Jell-o," and "Four Shadows," and an interview with…   Read Story »
Last night -- or more accurately very early this morning -- Ariel Pink performed the live debut of his upcoming double album pom pom. It was an exciting night, not just because of how good the album…   Read Story »
Thom Yorke rolled through to dominate the general conversation today, and his twitchy, hypnotic "A Brain In A Bottle" video really belongs on this list. But it came out on Friday, and this list only…   Read Story »
Ariel Pink is nothing if not self-aware. A few weeks ago, he delighted in playing a trolling advocate for misogyny in an interview. And now he's playing a failed pick-up artist in a music video. "Put…   Read Story »
We decided on this week's 5 Best Songs only after a fairly brutal culling process: No question, Mastodon, Mr. Twin Sister, EMA, Beach Slang, and John Southworth deserved to be on here, and there were…   Read Story »