David Karsten Daniels & Fight The Big Bull

San Francisco-based artist David Karsten Daniels collaborates here with Richmond, Virginia-based 9-piece avant-jazz collective Fight the Big Bull. Their debut album together - ‘I Mean To Live Here Still’ - is the product of two decidedly individual, but musically (and geographically) distant sets of musicians.

David Karsten Daniels is an immensely talented, formally-trained composer/musician with a background in hymn singing and four-track experimentation, and a release history of gentle, acoustic, plaintive folk music embellished with touches of orchestration and jazz. He has released two full length records through FatCat – 2007’s Sharp Teeth and 2008’s Fear of Flying – following a handful of albums released through his own Bu_Hanan Collective label.

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David Karsten Daniels & Fight The Big Bull - Epitaph On The World

Directed by Kai Hsing. From ‘I Mean To Live Here Still’ by David Karsten Daniels & Fight The Big Bull.

3 years ago
David Karsten Daniels & Fight The Big Bull - Smoke

By Justin Hamilton. From ‘I Mean To Live Here Still’ by David Karsten Daniels & Fight The Big Bull.

3 years ago
David Karsten Daniels & Fight The Big Bull - The Funeral Bell

A D.I.Y promo video for David Karsten Daniel and Fight The Big Bull’s ‘The Funeral Bell’. Filmed in San Francisco where DKD is now based.

3 years ago
David Karsten Daniels & Fight the Big Bull - The Funeral Bell (Live)

David Karsten Daniels & Fight the Big Bull play “The Funeral Bell” live in the back yard at Johnny’s of Carrboro.

3 years ago
Salmon Brook - David Karsten Daniels & Fight the Big Bull

A video i did about 9 months ago for David Karsten Daniels & Fight the Big Bull. This was done completely under Imovie, and it is a compilation of stop motion and times lapses. g4ztop

3 years ago
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