Every once in a while, Prefix contributors write a guest post over at Los Angeles radio station KCRW's music blog about a musician or band we're really into. About a month ago Molly O'Brian sang the praises of the new DIIV record Oshin (which I am also constantly going back to for another listen), and this week on 'Playing On Prefix,' L.A.'s favorite wayward son Ariel Pink has the spotlight. Pink and his Haunted Graffiti project burst onto most radars back in 2010 with the widely lauded Before Today, an album that evoked all the weird, wonderful qualities of Pink's home recordings but did so with the shine of full studio production. This Tuesday, the group's new record Mature Themes was released, and it is a doozy – especially those two singles that were bestowed on the world ahead of time, "Baby" and "Only in My Dreams." Read the full post over at KCRW!
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