Timothy And The Apocalypse Releases New Album ‘Ethereal Event’

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Timothy and the Apocalypse dropping an amazing assortment of leftfield  tracks with their latest album. Highlighting a fluid musicality that translates effortlessly to the audience, we find this a cohesive compilation selection throughout.

Each song upholds its very own character, which makes it incredibly hard to pick only a small selection of standout tracks, we simply like them all. Whilst openly name checking influences such as Chemical Brothers, Four Get, Tycho, Stone Roses, Unkle, Bonobo can’t be considered a bad thing when it provides a result such as this. We strongly recommend you get to know this act as fast as possible, with releases like this it won’t take long to rise to the top, truly ethereal indeed, with an exceptionally high standard on offer.

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Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Timothy and the Apocalypse started producing his brand of cinematic beats as a soundtrack for the end of the world. After 10 years racing sports cars and travelling the world as a photographer, Timothy finds himself back on the guitar blazing a path of experimental electronic music. His debut album established Timothy as a serious player on the downtempo/trip-hop scene, capturing the hearts of musical aficionados.

His latest work, Ethereal Event contains a multitude of heady and wondrous breaks, soothing textures, and a reassuring feminine presence. Dazzling with a distinctive production style that leaps across genre boundaries like psychedelic, dystopian film soundtracks, rave, drum and bass and soul, Ethereal Event is a masterpiece. It’s like screaming along the freeway channel surfing the radio to random stations, yielding a unique head bopping discovery every time.

Continuing to develop the connective threads of electronic music across contexts, Ethereal Event signifies an increasing ability to act as a gateway for discovery. We have no doubt that Timothy and the Apocalypse are paving the path with their fresh sound that resonates with an uncertain future.

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