Posts tagged "Daughn Gibson"

Daughn Gibson Channels Gustavo Fring in ‘Phantom Rider’ Video

The inimitable Daughn Gibson returns with a video for his Me Moan standout "Phantom Rider." The song itself is that entrancingly odd mixture of four-on-the-floor…
By: Chris Martins / November 15, 2013

Daughn Gibson Unveils Boozy, Bluesy ‘Kissin on the Blacktop’ Video

Daughn Gibson fittingly chose to film the official video for his gutter blues track "Kissin on the Blacktop" in the type of bar where you…
By: Dan Reilly / July 15, 2013

Daughn Gibson, ‘Me Moan’ (Sub Pop)

With apologies to Le Tigre:…
By: Joe Gross / July 8, 2013

Hear Daughn Gibson’s ‘You Don’t Fade,’ Trip-Hop Americana Style

Honky-tonk crooner and sample-happy strangeoid Daughn Gibson will release his first album for Sub Pop on July 9, and Me Moan is shaping up to…
By: Chris Martins / May 21, 2013

Daughn Gibson Signs to Sub Pop, Shares Drawling and Dynamic ‘The Sound of Law’

Daughn Gibson's music is as rich as his back story. The guy is a "honkey-tonk spaceman who, at one time, earned his daily wage a…
By: Chris Martins / April 24, 2013

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012’s 20 Best Sets

This past weekend, Austin's seventh annual Fun Fun Fun Fest saw the once-modest, mid-autumn gathering finally metamorphose from off-season distraction to a festival-season staple capable…
By: David Bevan / November 5, 2012

Daughn Gibson: Stoner Punk Morphs Into Honky-Tonk Crooner

Who: A one-time truck driver, as well as a drummer for Pennsylvania blues-punks Pearls and Brass, Josh Martin is a newly minted Sub Pop signee…
By: David Bevan / September 19, 2012

Daughn Gibson, ‘All Hell’ (White Denim)

Daughn Gibson, the former drummer for Pennsylvania blooz-punks Pearls and Brass, boasts a rich, toffee'd baritone that puts him in a long line of men'…
By: David Bevan / June 6, 2012

5 Best New Artists for March ’12

From a doom-metal quartet out of Arkansas to a crew of Waka Flocka Flame-approved singer/rappers to a teenage London soul queen, hear who needs to…
By: David Bevan / March 1, 2012

First Spin: Daughn Gibson’s Country-Noir ‘Lookin’ Back on ’99’

"Lookin' Back on '99," the new track from Daughn Gibson's forthcoming debut, All Hell, is a spooky, atmospheric slice of electronically enhanced backwoods creepiness. Surrounded…
By: David Marchese / February 13, 2012