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:
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:
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.