Skeletons & Ariel Pink Take Over L.A.
- Words: Cameron Octigan
Ghostly’s freak folk-inspired Skeletons & The Kings of All Cities readies for a one-time show with Paw Tracks’ one-man master of all things weird, Ariel Pink (pictured below). Skeletons’ recordings may stand in stark contrast to the rest of Ghostly’s catalog, but they mesh perfectly with the creamy sounds of Mr. Pink, creating an event made in heaven and one weird Sunday evening.
Sunday, May 5, 2007
Skeletons & The Kings of All Cities (Ghostly)
Ariel Pink (Paw Tracks)
The Mae-Shi (5RC)
El Cid, 4212 W. Sunset Blvd., L.A.
Doors Open 10 p.m., $10, 21+
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