Tonight: Cult of Youth with Daughn Gibson



Brooklyn neo-folk outfit Cult of Youth and Sub Pop freshman Daughn Gibson headline Siberia (2227 St. Claude Ave.) tonight at 9 p.m.

Cult of Youth's latest album, 2012's Love Will Prevail (Sacred Bones), cleans up the band's goth-friendly folk-punk for shadow dwellers with lush production and a political edge. Listen to the track "Man and Man's Ruin" below:

Cult of Youth - Man and Man's Ruin by sacredbones

On All Hell, Sub Pop's baritone crooner Daughn Gibson sings his otherworldly country and alien-blues over propped up and muffled beats — think Nick Cave or Magnetic Fields in a dreamy, David Lynch-approved noir diner. With his first release on Sub Pop, Gibson channels his inner synth-pop prince for the single "Reach into the Fire" — listen to it below:

Daughn Gibson - Reach Into The Fire by SubPop

Also on the bill is New York electronic musician Pharmakon with New Orleans DJs Champagne (aka Jude Matthews) and Just Vial (aka Kindest Lines' Justin Vial). Tickets are $7.

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