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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Your Download Lowdown Volume VXII

If you have read this blog for any length of time you will know that I am all about free and legal downloads - Even more, when they are great full length albums. So dear readers from now until midnight on Saturday October 31, 2009, you can download the entire breakthrough, critically acclaimed, self-titled album Timber Timbre for free at

From Arts and Crafts

A long-list nominee for the 2009 Polaris Music Prize, Timber Timbre was heralded by the Canadian press since its release this summer on Arts & Crafts. Playing CMJ last week, Time Out New York wrote that Timber Timbre was "the standout act" describing their set as "powerfully dark, even eerie folk tracks (which) managed to keep the crowd positively awed.” The Village Voice called them a "uniquely creepy beauty".
Timber Timbre recently wrapped up a month-long North American tour and will return to the road this week including a performance on the always great Morning Becomes Eclectic on KCRW.

Upcoming tour details:

10/28/09 Los Angeles, CA MBE - KCRW 11am PST
10/28/09 Los Angeles, CA Origami Vinyl (live in-store performance)
10/29/09 Los Angeles, CA Bootleg Theatre (with the Antlers)
11/7/09 Toronto, ON North York Library
11/17/09 Albany, NY Valentines
11/19/09 Arlington, VA IOTA Club
11/20/09 New York, NY Joe’s Pub
11/25/09 Montreal, QC Casa Del Popolo
11/26/09 Wakefield, QC Black Sheep Inn
11/27/09 Kingston, ON Grad Club

Go now to and discover one of the great records of the year! Timbre Timbre is a mysterious and complex record that will immerse you into its world immediately. It may be a relatively new record but it feels like a vintage classic! Get this one now. And tell your friends. This one is worth it!


bloody awful poetry said...

Thanks a lot for this one, Sean! Good free music is always welcome. Also, they look like a couple of miserablists, so I look forward to hearing what they sound like. =)

Barbara Bruederlin said...

It is a really nice album, and you are right, it feels like a vintage from the first listen. I sort of wish I didn't already have it.