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RIP the Haunted Graffiti. It’s sad to accept, but Ariel Rosenberg’s decade long project, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, takes a tiny hiatus for his new solo album, pom pom. Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti gave us great party/karaoke classics like “Round and Round”, “Every Night I Die at Miyagis”, “Live it up” and probably every single track out of House Arrest. He even covered “Baby” originally by the Emerson brothers, which is by far one of the sexiest songs out there.
But, while the Haunted Graffiti says goodbye for a while, pom pom comes backs to Ariel’s roots of hi-fi silly pop, testing his listeners with his retro/virtuoso dialogues and LA 80’s sounds.READ MORE