Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
“Round and Round”
“Round and Round,” the latest track by Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, is released April 26 as a limited 7-inch/digital single via 4AD (b/w “Mistaken Wedding”). The group is currently finishing up its forthcoming 4AD studio album, which may or may not be titled Lester Freamon. Probably not.
“Middle of the Drums”
Minneapolis is home to the juicy lucy, Cock ESP, the Surly Brewing Co., and of course the one, the only Haunted House. You can read an old review here, an interview from last year here, and a review of their latest album, Guess Who’s Not Coming To Dinner, here. Not satisfied? Go here.
• Haunted House: http://www.myspace.com/hntdhs
Message is comprised of Taketo Shimada and Tres Warren (Psychic Ills), with Spencer Herbst (Mountains of Matalamma) on drums. Their new album, After Before, is due April 6 via De Stijl. And despite what its sonics might imply, it’s only available in this universe.
“Can’t Feel Nothing (Remix)”
Here’s a free digital single for you greedy little consumers. Look for High Places’ forthcoming album, High Places vs. Mankind, on April 6 via Thrill Jockey (TMT News).
“O.N.E.,” Yeasayer’s second single from Odd Blood (TMT Review), is being released April 17 as a 12-inch with extra tracks. It’s a Record Store Day exclusive. And as my grandpa always said, “Record Store Day exclusives fucking rule.”