Ariel Pink used to tour by himself playing songs he never intended for a commercial audience. And by all accounts, his shows were awful. At some shows, he would roll around half-naked on stage mumbling atonally into a microphone, backed only by a CD player – or maybe an iPod, I don’t know. Apparently sick of his audience’s relentless, boo-filled contempt, he teamed up with a backing band, Haunted Graffiti, and started trying to actually please his audience. Now, after touring a while with a consistent lineup, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti live show does a pretty good job translating the warbly, anachronistic cassette releases that made Ariel Pink worthy listening into scalable, instrumented songs.