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CD Review: Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffitti 

Mature Themes (4AD)

Reformed low-fi indie rocker Ariel Pink expands the musical palette he used on 2010's Before Today for another wild trip through his genre-jumbled mind. He's still a weirdo, exploring the sonic spaces between garage and psych rock, and combining '60s organ with Bowie-like space oddities. Proof: Mature Themes' first single is a cover of an obscure R&B song from 1979 called "Baby" by the even more obscure Donnie & Joe Emerson.

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