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    Daughn Gibson

    Although the review that Pitchfork posted of Daughn Gibson's sopohomore album Me Moan was a loathsome essay, the fact that he's performing at their festival allows for some sense of justice. His thunderous, freight-train rolling voice alone makes him worth seeing. For those who want to know how to make modern country/folk/rock that brings in the elements of electronic production that are permeating the rest of the musical climate, go see Daughn Gibson. He's ahead of his time.