Album Review: Timber Timbre - Creep On Creepin' On (Full Time Hobby)
A twisted journey of gothic elegance and threatening brilliance
For as soon as Kirk whispers “I found depravity convinced me, I may no longer care” on the opener, ‘Bad Ritual’, a fog descends and these glorious piano-led songs about infatuation – all sawing strings, lumbering bass and clang and twang – turn more gothic than Angelo Badalamenti’s dreams.
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