2015 press for Collapse

Vanity Fair: Can the Mississippi River dead zone ever be alluring? … the “multimedia glam-rock meets classical baroque concert” seeks to start a bold conversation about our effect on the environment

Blouin ArtInfo: Glam Rock Environmentalism

Brooklyn RailThe Rocky Horry Picture Show for the coming Apocalypse?

Gothamist: …Dark and satirical performance… 

Exeunt: When writing about the genre-defying sound of LA band Timur and the Dime Museum, you might run out of hyphens—their charming glam-rock-cabaret-punk-opera-mischievous magpie-style requires experiencing first-hand to fully appreciate the influences embedded in their eclectic approach to music.

Neat Beet: On the vanguard of both drama and rock music is Timur and the Dime Museum, an experimental rock band out of LA that aims to fuse the two together into an explosive combination.

arts.meme: an art-rock tour of the daily dump of ecological disasters, with songs composed by band member Daniel Corral

2013 press for X-Ray Sunsets

LA Weekly: “post-punk opera from the captivating Timur & the Dime Museum in support of their smashing, romantic, noisy, cabaret-infused new album, X-ray Sunsets” 

New Classic LA: “The record, which was largely written, arranged, recorded, edited, mixed, and produced by band member and local composer Daniel Corral, is up on bandcamp now. Timur’s voice is as impossibly flexible as ever, and there’s an enormous range of sounds in the arrangements.” 

Arches Magazine: “I know — on this page it looks like a total mess, but the ear loves it.”

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