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Sincerely Future Pollution
  • Artist: Timber Timbre
  • Label: City Slang
  • UPC: 4250506820176
  • Item #: 1791875X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/7/2017
  • Rank: 26753
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Sincerely Future Pollution on CD

Timber Timbre's music has always traced a shadowed path, using cues of the past to fuse the sound of a distant, haunted now. It's fourth record - Sincerely, Future Pollution - is the cinema of a dazzling dystopia, rattled by the science fiction of this bluntly nonfictional time. Taylor Kirk and co-composers Mathieu Charbonneau and Simon Trottier, together with drummer Olivier Fairfield, offer their most daring artistic work yet. With the palette of archetypal synthesizers at La Frette studio outside Paris, the long-time collaborators took a unique approach to Timber Timbre's characteristic sonic invention. The first single - "Sewer Blues" - is an ironclad groove marked by plodding, heavy rhythm, cavernous delay, and a backdrop of starry synthesizers. Sincerely, Future Pollution is a romance of neoteric machines and dark, futuristic hues, with promise as beautiful as it is unsettling. Covering a spectrum of New Age to Popular French Disco Revival, the sound is synthetic, exotic, yet familiar, with Kirk's chilling croon and the mid-apocalyptic setting of his poetry. This is Timber Timbre's document of our generation's degeneration and disarray: Signed and sealed / Sincerely, The Pollution.