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Daughn Gibson's Me Moan was our favorite album of the week when it came out in July, and now he has a creepy video for "Phantom Rider," a strange song that tied his country drawl to a near-house…   Read Story »
Hey look, new graphic! Now this column can look something like the Best Songs Of The Week column, and now I can keep just the tiniest bit of suspense in this countdown; you have to scrowl down…   Read Story »
In his typically ace Album Of The Week piece on the new Daughn Gibson LP Me Moan, our Tom B. says "Kissin On The Blacktop" is "a rockabilly ramble taken apart and reassembled in a gleaming-white…   Read Story »
Sometime in the late '80s or early '90s, David Lynch and cartoonishly handsome honky-tonk revivalist Chris Isaak inexplicably became good buds. Lynch used Isaak songs in Blue Velvet and Wild At Heart…   Read Story »
Next month, the former Pearls & Brass drummer and general all-around handsome dusky-voiced Pennsylvanian Daughn Gibson will release Me Moan, his second solo album of windblown Americana…   Read Story »
The Pennsylvanian croaker-songwriter Daughn Gibson is about to drop sophomore album Me Moan, which features guitar work from Baroness's John Baizley, and we got a taste of his new scorched-earth…   Read Story »
Last year, Daughn Gibson, a foxy Pennsylvania man who used to play drums for stoner-rockers Pearls & Brass, released the solo debut All Hell, which threw Gibson's miles-deep voice over soft…   Read Story »
Divine Fits wrapped up their Los Angeles residency at the Echo last night playing every song from their debut album A Thing Called Divine Fits and included a pair of covers from Tom Petty and the…   Read Story »
Summer is ending! And you have some work to do. Did you experience that season-defining moment? That rooftop conversation, that carefree weekend of intense interpersonal bonding? Did you find the…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, the former Pearls & Brass drummer Daughn Gibson hit the radar with his solo debut All Hell, which found him, basically, singing old-school country in a miles-deep voice over…   Read Story »