Time Robb

Time Robb taught himself to play and record in his bedroom in his late teens—mainly influenced by early 60’s folk music.

Now, he’s a goddamn musician.

Did you hear that kids?

Now take a listen to this.

Time Robb then moved to Melbourne and began playing his songs around the city.

Here is “Daffodil” from his debut album Wind Changed, So Strange—experimental slacker folk at it’s best, dealing with breaking up with your best mate and hitting the modafinil to get you through the night.

We’ve all been there.

“Got a fresh bunch of daffodils, to get right through the night, and that’s alright.”

Peace and love from Valparaiso, Chile.

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Charles Johnson

Independent journalist from Far West Texas.