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Free Music Monday: Daughn Gibson "Reach Into the Fire"

By August 27, 2012

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After arising in April with his debut LP, All Hell, Daughn Gibson has swiftly made a name for himself as one of 2012's best new acts. Such buzz-building has translated directly into upward mobility: Gibson is now freshly inked to indie empire Sub Pop.

Gisbon —who is currently on tour supporting Yeasayer— has celebrated his Sub Pop signing by knocking up a new free single, which draws samples from his newfound labelmates.

Where All Hell drew from old gospel recordings to collage together its chopped-and-screwed take on outlaw country, "Reach Into the Fire" goes for interstellar-hip-hop and windswept-slowcore: cutting up Shabazz Palaces' "An echo from the hosts that profess infinitum" and Tiny Vipers' "Slow Motion."

Of course, no matter what the musical backing, the definitive sound of any Gibson song is his voice; and here his affected, wobbling, theatrical baritone sounds like Scott Walker summoning a malfunctioning robot cowboy. Photo Jay McCarroll

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