BY TESSA SOLOMON
Haunting, bluesy, and always beautiful, Canadian indie folk group Timber Timbre have become fixtures on the festival circuit. With a name inspired by the Ontario cabin that formed the base camp for many of their early recordings, they independently released Cedar Shakes in 2006 with Medicinals following the year after. The quiet, winding mood of the cabin’s woods permeates both records, carried by the lingering vocals of multi-instrumentalist Taylor Kirk. Their first studio self-titled album was shortlisted for Canada’s Polaris Music Prize, while 2011’s Creep On Creepin’ On and 2013’s Hot Dreams received similarly well-deserved praise.