By: Staff – Timber Timbre’s music has always traced a shadowed path, using cues of the past to fuse the sound of a distant, haunted now. On its fourth record – Sincerely, Future Pollution – Timber Timbre coats the stark, sensual sound of 2014’s Polaris Music Prize Short-Listed and JUNO Award-nominated album Hot Dreams in an oil-black rainbow of municipal grime. It is the cinema … Continue reading
By: Staff – On Sunday, March 29, director Chad VanGaalen won the 2015 Prism Prize for Timber Timbre’s “Beat The Drum Slowly” music video at the Prism Prize Top Ten Screening and Awards Presentation at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. Chad VanGaalen, who was also nominated for his own song “Monster”, was on hand to accept the Prism Prize trophy and $5,000 award. Director Natalie Rae Robison … Continue reading
Photos by: Amy Buck – For night two of Wavelength Music Festival 15, concertgoers at the Polish Combatants Hall in Toronto were treated to performances by Arts & Crafts signee Lowell, reunited Ottawa-based mid-’00s world-folk indie-pop band The Acorn, Guelph/Toronto-based creepy cinematic trip-hop blues pop band Del Bel, who celebrated the release of their long-awaited sophomore album (out Feb. … Continue reading
Photos by: Scott Penner – Toronto and Montreal-based folk-blues band Timber Timbre, who released their fifth album, Hot Dreams, on April 1st, 2014 via Arts & Crafts, performed at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa last night with Toronto and Montreal-based musical/visual project Tasseo, who are expected to release their third LP this winter.
Date: September 18 at 7:30pm Location: National Arts Centre, NAC Studio, Ottawa Opener: Tasseomancy You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: Contest: Win 2 Tickets to @Timber_Timbre w/ @tasseomusic in #Ottawa! @CanadasNAC | Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT. | http://t.co/UqvtvQofqV — Aesthetic … Continue reading
By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – Toronto’s the Wooden Sky have undertaken big changes, culminating in the release of their new album Let’s Be Ready. After founding their own label imprint – Chelsea Records – the band enlisted Chris Stringer of Timber Timbre as producer to capture their notoriously raw live energy while creating a more stripped-down … Continue reading