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the double cd edition, limited to 2000 copies in the uk, features a bonus disc of a kcrw session, recorded and broadcast live in los angeles on kcrw.com and 89.9 morning becomes eclectic with jason bentley in october 2009. singer-songwriter taylor kirk, known professionally as timber timbre, garnered attention is his native canada by delivering a dark, mysterious combination of folk, blues, and indie rock that was often both contemporary and ancient-sounding. his self-titled album opens with the unadorned guitar-and-vocal 'demon host', but adds increasingly more complex, yet still spare, production elements as the record progresses. 'until the night' features tinkling autoharp, garage rock organ, and a languid oriental melody, while 'trouble comes knocking' is driven by sleazy strip-club saxophone and a throbbing bass drum beat. throughout, timber timbre sounds like thesoundtrack to some great lost '60s b-movie, at once colorfully original and creepily unsettling. on full time hobby.
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