Get to know one of the music industry’s most talented and unique new acts.

The best way to describe Pink Skies’ sound is electrifyingly present. His synth-heavy productions seem to fuse together the best of classic rock with modern indietronica acts such as Tame Impala and Glass Animals. Pink Skies productions perfectly blend together a myriad of genres such as experimental electronica, pop-based melodies, psychedelic rock, R&B, 1970’s rock, and chillwave.

Garnering recent credits on 6LACK’s latest East Atlanta Love Letter, Pink Skies new release “Portland” demonstrates his range and abilities as a producer. “Portland” introduces you to Pink Skies’ mystical world, one where it is easy to get lost in the moment. His latest album Does It Really Matter? was released since this past July. Read this Q&A to learn more about Pink Skies AKA Arieh Berl, a talented singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist whose dreamy and surreal music is quickly gaining attention.

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How did you first get into making music? How has your music evolved over the years?

I got into music after watching a James Bond movie with my Dad. It was the one with Halle Berry in it, I was probably 10. There was a really cool scene where ‘London Calling’ from The Clash was playing. I asked my dad to rewind that part like 100 times. The next day, I went to Amoeba in Berkeley and got a Greatest Hits album by The Clash, and that was it. Hooked forever. I started out playing the drums, but after I saw the movie School Of Rock I decided that I wanted to play guitar and continued to play every single day for hours at a time.

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