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Nov 30th, 2014 23:08pm
 Ariel Pink: Black Ballerina

Pom Pom

The eccentric Ariel Pink back with another cacophony of madcap songs, Pom Pom is receiving rave reviews among the left-field blogs and review sites. It is undoubtably a very required taste to even entertain listening to this record, but repeat listens will throw-up all kinds of feelings. In parts it’s a real challenge in the same way you might approach Captain Beefheart or Frank Zappa. All in one go feels like an epic film on fast forward, it’s melting pot of styles and genres that at it’s best is pure genius.

Not Enough Violence pounds to a marching beat with melodic cascading synths and all kinds of weird noises. Shiny happy moments arrive in the short pop ditty Put Your Number in My Phone. One Summer Night sounds like Sebastian Tellier in a fairground. Goth Bomb is the albums Spinal Tap moment, completely OTT rock, Negativ Ed is more of the same but faster, boarding on cartoon thrash. Jell-O sounds like a fucked-up TV commercial before we get to this track here, Black Ballerina which gives us welcome respite with a hip hop beat and disco synths, usual strange lyrics and a monologue of a young Billy going to an LA strip club. The whole thing has a mashed up eighties vide, finishing with Dayzed Inn Daydreams, a straight up folk song with a big finish!

Categories: Alternative, Leftfield
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