Daughn Gibson

Daughn Gibson

Randall Of Nazareth, Tom Guycot

Fri, May 4, 2012

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Ortlieb's

Philadelphia, PA

$10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

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Daughn Gibson
Daughn Gibson
Daughn Gibson's debut, "All Hell", is a spooky, atmospheric slice of electronically enhanced backwoods creepiness. Surrounded by echoed electric guitar, sinister rhythm patterns, and cutting synth, Gibson unfurls an unsettling, elliptical tale in a gritty baritone. It's compelling stuff, a modern update (say, edited together by Nicolar Jaar) on the lonesome cocaine-country noir of Lee Hazelwood and Roy Orbison on the mic. You know how James Blake brought R&B into the post-techno age? That's what Daughn is fitting to do with country, no matter who likes it. Shades of Arthur Russell, Scott Walker, Magnetic Fields and Matthew Dear might pop up here or there, but this is a work unlike any other.
Randall Of Nazareth
Randall Of Nazareth
Randy Huth from Pearls & Brass brings you the bluesy edge of that band, stripped of it's electric monster grooves. These sparse and tender basement songs set Randall as his generation's master of world-weary tunes. The LP is a limited edition of 500, ensuring the children of 2050 will be searching their post-apocalyptic rubble for a copy. Randall's first show in a long while!
Tom Guycot
Tom Guycot
Inspired by the stark and eerie sounds of early electronic film scores and library recordings, the atmospheric synthscapes of Tom Guycot evoke fantasies of exploring ruined cities, where uncertainty and dread lie in wait at each shadow's edge.
Venue Information:
Ortlieb's
847 N Third Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19123
http://www.ortliebsphilly.com/