Aaron Gibson: Horror Films and Sunday School
Aaron Gibson’s Horror Films and Sunday School featuring Nahuel Bronzini (2019), chronicles an eight month solo road trip that Gibson took just after suffering multiple personal losses. “The songs stemmed from a tough time in the bassist’s life that he miraculously transformed into a gorgeous piece of art.”, says No Treble Magazine, and British writer Oliver Arditi says, “The songs in question are humane, perceptive representations of experience, and Gibson inhabits the various characters he constructs with humour, conviction and great compassion.” All of the songs on Horror Films were recorded in Gibson’s work van as he crossed the country doing construction work. Gibson is an Oregonian artist, woodworker, husband and father of five. Nahuel Bronzini is a producer, audio engineer and composer from Argentina who’s work includes Fantastic Negrito’s Please Don’t Be Dead, for which he received a Grammy last year.
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