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Daughn Gibson's debut album is a rare hybrid of experimental pop and traditional Americana. With a resonant vocal style, Daughn crafts concise narratives with memorable melodies. Musically 'All Hell' draws upon shadowy country rock and southern gothic elements, and interpolates them into spacious, minimalist electronic arrangements. Lee Hazelwood and Burial, Nick Cave and Nicholas Jaar, are equally applicable reference points for the album's surprisng, and engaging sound.

All Hell

Daughn Gibson