Ariel Pink – Pom Pom
Ariel Pink is an American musician, singer, and songwriter whose work draws heavily from 1970s–1980s pop radio. His lo-fi aesthetic and home-recorded albums proved influential to many indie musicians starting in the late 2000s. Pom Pom is his tenth studio album, released on November 17, 2014 through 4AD, and his first release credited solely to himself. It is also the last on 4AD. Several of its songs were co-written with the ailing Kim Fowley, who died the following January. Among direct influences on the album, Pink cited the Mothers of Invention, the Cure, and Todd Rundgren. Pom Pom contains 17 songs and runs for 67 minutes.
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