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Ariel Pink To Release Comprehensive Series Of Reissues, Shares Previously Unreleased Tracks

Tuesday, 06 August 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Ariel Pink has announced a series of reissues.

The prolific Los Angeles singer and musician will release the ‘Ariel Archives’ through Mexican Summer as a comprehensive retrospective collection of recorded material as both Ariel Pink and Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti from 1994 to 2004, as well as outtakes, non-album tracks and previously unreleased singles.

The first instalment sees the release of three records on October 25: ‘Underground’ — which originally arrived on cassette in 1999, ‘Loverboy’ — comprised of tracks recorded between 2001 and 2002, that include writing credits from John Maus, and ‘Odditites Vol. 2’ — a compilation of non-album singles, outtakes and rarities from 1999 to 2018.

Along with the announcement, two previously unreleased singles have been shared. Stray Here With Me is taken from ‘Oddities Vol 2’ and So Glad will appear on ‘Loverboy’. Furthermore, a video has been released as the eighth chapter of a larger film that will have more details in the new year. For now, we know it is dedicated to Boris Karloff and made by Salvador Cresta with Ariel Pink’s involvement. Look and listen below.

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