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Hot Dreams is Timber Timbre at its most vivid cinematic vantage. The elements – frontman Taylor Kirk’s singular intonation, quavered in slow, low register, over co-composer/co-producer Simon Trottier's stark orchestration – connect arid western to plodding horror with the pomp of Hollywood phantasm. Hot Dreams, Timber Timbre’s third studio album, caches the hollow grey tones of Timber Timbre (2009), and the angular doo-wop haunt of Creep On Creepin' On (2011) in smoothed, viscous tonality: new sonic admissions, chiming sensuality and caprice, neon and haze, from the oftentimes reticent Kirk.
"The idea is to make music we love and therefore embrace the risk of sounding like all the music we've ever loved, all at once," Kirk explains. Timber Timbre has succeeded in reaching a place it was long destined for, where its music is as powerful and extraordinary as it has always been unmistakable.