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24-Year-Old North London Composer Oscar Makes “Gangsta Melancholy”
From Stockholm The Haunting Indie Rock Of Small Feet
Boxed In – Club Music That Serves The Mind and Body
World Cafe: Next - The Weather Station’s Gorgeous Third Album Loyalty
The Extraordinary Songwriting of John Moreland
World Cafe: Next With San Francisco’s Psych-soul Band The Monophonics
World Cafe: Next – Frances Quinlan’s Intense Vision And Voice Leads Philadelphia’s Hop Along
Humming House Use Their Roots To Make Something New
Trad Actual Malian Sound” From BKO Quintet on Bamako Today
Bright Light Social Hour-Deep Thinkers Exciting Performers
Why Two Universes Is The Perfect Title For Our World Cafe: Next Artists Feufollet.
No Purist- For Nora Jane Struthers It’s What Serves The Songs
World Cafe: Next –LA Buzzband artist Dorothy is a “Vocal Shredder”
Jessica Pratt Returns With Intimate, Arresting New Album On Your Own Love Again
River Whyless Combines The Creative Currents Of 3 Writers
The Stomping Folk-Rock of Kingsley Flood For World Cafe: Next
World Cafe: Next – Canadian Three-piece Elliott Brood Explore Work and Love
High Energy Jungle Fire bring The Latin Funk for World Cafe: Next
World Cafe: Next 21 Year Old Alex G’s Fifth Album
Joan Shelley’s Stunning, Intimate Debut Album
Israel Nash Has Absorbed Classic Influences on Rain Plans
Does Dayton’s Motel Beds Have “Magic Fingers?”
World Cafe: Next - Chicago’s Crow Moses Hits a Sweet Spot With Horse Heaven Hills his First Release to Bear His Own Name
Introducing You To Nashville’s The Apache Relay
The Haunted Sound Of Daughn Gibson

July 8, 2013 - A left-of-center approach like Lee Hazelwood, a deep baritone like Johnny Cash, electronic loops and some spooky-ass production (bagpipes!) all contribute to the sound of Pennsylvanian Daughn Gibson’s second album Me Moan. He spent time drumming with Pearls and Brass and released his first album All Hell in 2012.
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