Review: Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, ‘Mature Themes’

21 Aug

In rock ‘n’ roll history there have existed lines in the sand: Polarizing musical thresholds beyond which your average listener will not step. Bob Dylan’s baffling “Self Portrait,” for example, or Lil Wayne’s rock album “Rebirth.” Muddy Waters’ psych-blues masterpiece “Electric Mud,” the entire output of Northeast family weirdos the Shaggs. Captain Beefheart and/or Frank […]

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