Ariel Pink discography

Ariel Pink (born Ariel Marcus Rosenberg on June 24, 1978) is a Los Angeles-based indie artist and musician.[1] Pink boasts a cult following and endorsements from more widely known artists such as fellow founding Paw Tracks group Animal Collective.

AlbumsEdit

EPs and singlesEdit

  • 2005: Pedestrian Pop Hits (Southern Records)
  • 2006: "Gates of Zion"/"Ghosts" (Australian Tour) (Mistletone)
  • 2006: "Witchhunt Suite for WW3" 12-inch (Melted Mailbox)
  • 2006: My Molly EP (Tiny Creatures)
  • 2006: Ariel Friedman EP (Human Ear Music)
  • 2008: "Before Today" UNUSUAL ANIMALS (Asthmatic Kitty)
  • 2008: "Can't Hear My Eyes"/"Evolution's a Lie" 7-inch (Mexican Summer)
  • 2009: "Kind of Kind"/"RSM's Brain" (Big Love, Japan)
  • 2010: "Round and Round"/"Mistaken Wedding" (4AD)
  • 2011: "I'm Not a Genius" (JesusWarhol)[3]
  • 2012: Ku Klux Glam EP with R. Stevie Moore (Slowboy)
  • 2013: "Hang On to Life"/"No Real Friend" (Mexican Summer)
  • 2017: "Myths 002 EP" with "Weyes Blood" (Mexican Summer)

Compilation appearancesEdit

  • 2003: Want Me Homemade Hits (Kittridge Records)
  • 2004: Interesting Results (Sonic Arts Network)
  • 2005: Jules Lost His Jewels The Wire Tapper
  • 2005: Omen Light Dead Sea Compilation (LDS)
  • 2006: Every Night I Die at Miyagi's (Jan 6 Uncut sampler)
  • 2006: From U.S. to I (Ballbearings Pinatas)
  • 2007: Everybody Through the Wilderness: a tribute to Madonna (Manimal Vinyl)
  • 2013: Early Live Recordings (Human Ear Music)

Underground releasesEdit

  • 1996: The Nile Pan pt. 1-11
  • 1996: Kids On Drugs
  • 1996: Kraftwerk / Experiments
  • 1996: Dove
  • 1997: Death Dorm 1–4 (comp)
  • 1997: tape 1
  • 1997: metamorfosi / INUMI
  • 1997: Equus 1 & 3
  • 1997: Master 1 & 2
  • 1997: BIANCA LIVE / DEMOES
  • 1998: Hum It in the Streets (Papermasche)
  • 1998: Ariel Rosenberg's Thrash n' Burn + PRE
  • 1998: Gorrilla Live 1 + Solo
  • 1998: Unreleased Gorrilla tape
  • 1998: GORRILLA 2
  • 1998: Appleasians Vaults
  • 1998: Appleasians Greatest Hits
  • 1998: Haunted Graffiti - CEMETERIES / RAILROADS
  • 1999: Appleasians LIVE / the birth of Haunted Graffiti DEMOES
  • 1999: Haunted Graffiti - UNDERGROUND Double
  • 1999: Haunted Graffiti - SPIERS IN THE SNOW EP
  • 1999: Haunted Graffiti - Phantasm EP
  • 1999: Haunted Graffiti - Young Pilot Astray + Phantasm EP
  • 1999: Haunted Graffiti - Doldrums Sessions
  • 2000: Haunted Graffiti - Doldrums
  • 2000: Mother of God + Orange S*NS - LIVE
  • 2002: Scared Famous/FF» (Haunted Graffiti 3–4)
  • 2003: Holy Shit EP (Haunted Graffiti 7)
  • 2007: YAS DuDette (tour-only compilation of rarities)
  • 2007: Hot Saucers (tour-only compilation of rarities and outtakes)
  • 2008: Oddities Sodomies (tour-only compilation of rarities and outtakes)
  • 2008: Live at Pacific Palace Aids (tour-only live album)
  • 2009: "Cooler Cat Bootleg" (tour only EP)
  • 2009: "Grandes Exitos" (tour-only greatest hits)

Guest appearancesEdit

  • 2000: Guitar, bass, drums, vocals, on Rebecca Lynn - Face Down in the Lap of Luxury (Headchange Records)
  • 2000: Guest vocalist on Centimeters - The Lifetime Achievement Awards (Skin Graft Records)
  • 2000: Guest appearance on R. Stevie Moore's - The Jinx, Report Card, Conscientious Objector (self released)
  • 2001: Mouth drums and bass on coL - 26 (JesusWarhol)
  • 2002: Bass on coL - Oh, Lindsay (JesusWarhol) and Forgotten (JesusWarhol)
  • 2004: Guest vocalist on All Night Radio (band) - Spirit Stereo Frequency (Sub Pop)
  • 2004: Production credits on John Maus - Songs (Upset The Rhythm)
  • 2007: Guest appearance on Vibe Central - HitSongs (Human Ear Music)
  • 2008: Production credits on Gary War - New Raytheonport (SHDWPLY Records)
  • 2008: Mouth drums on Astrid Quay's version of The Cure's "The Caterpillar" on Perfect as Cats: a tribute to The Cure (Manimal Vinyl)
  • 2011: Vocals on Daft Punk/TRS-80 - "Sky Sailor (Float Away)" [4]
  • 2011: Vocals/Mouth Drums/Drum Loop/Bass/Guitar on Atheif - Similarly Different EP (JesusWarhol) [5]
  • 2012: Music for "Daddy Don't Go" track on Raw Thrills Sick Steez album released on Sixteen Tambourines (Japan)[6]
  • 2013: Guest appearance on "Suicide Mission" with Outer Limits Recordings on the "Birds, Bees, Babys, Bacteria" album
  • 2014: Bass on Cassie Ramone's The Time Has Come (Loglady)[7]
  • 2015: Vocals, bass and keyboards on Soko - My Dreams Dictate My Reality (Because Music)
  • 2015: Vocals on Miley Cyrus - "Tiger Dreams", Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz
  • 2015: Vocals on Mild High Club - "The Chat" (Circle Star Records)
  • 2016: Featured on Drugdealer - "Easy to Forget" (Domino Records)
  • 2016: Featured on Theophilus London - "Revenge" (Fool's Gold Records)[8]
  • 2018: Featured on SSION - "At Least the Sky Is Blue" (DERO Arcade)[9]
  • 2018: Featured on Part Time - "I Can Treat You Better" (Burger/Tough Love)[10]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New York Times concert review". Retrieved June 23, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti". billboard.com. Billboard. Retrieved May 15, 2015.
  3. ^ "Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - I'm Not A Genius". jesuswarhol.com.
  4. ^ "Sky Sailor (Float Away)". Pitchfork Media.
  5. ^ "Atheif - Similarly Different". jesuswarhol.com.
  6. ^ "Raw Thrills - Sick Steez". Discogs. Retrieved June 23, 2019.
  7. ^ "Cassie Ramone – The Time Has Come 12" LP". Loglady Records. Retrieved November 13, 2014.
  8. ^ "Theophilus London and Ariel Pink Team Up on New Track "Revenge": Listen". Pitchfork. Retrieved June 23, 2019.
  9. ^ "Ariel Pink Is Elizabeth Taylor in New SSION Video: Watch". Pitchfork. Retrieved June 23, 2019.
  10. ^ "Part Time - "I Can Treat You Better" (Feat. Ariel Pink)". August 8, 2018. Retrieved June 23, 2019.