Peter Galvin

Ariel, part 2: Think Pink!

If Fleetwood Mac and Cherry Coke ruled the airwaves -- and the airwaves still ruled


MUSIC Ladies and gentlemen, meet the real Ariel Pink.

The Los Angeles musician's first few 2004-06 releases on Animal Collective's Paw Tracks label were the stuff of indie water cooler infamy, but they also collected recordings (2002's House Arrest and Lover Boy; 2003's Worn Copy) that Pink had made years before. It wasn't until early 2009 that the world had the chance to hear any new output from the notoriously mysterious musician.Read more »