Tim Carr
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Tim Carr


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"The Tim Carr Project" LP Released November 10, 2009
Produced by Tim Carr
All songs written by Tim Carr
Engineered by Chris Crawford
Mixed by Chris Crawford and John Flores
Recorded in San Francisco at Studio SQ
Mastered by Mike Wells

"Caved In" Music Video Released May 6, 2010
Animated and Directed by Micah Ritchie


"Shake Your Caboose" Music Video Released May 5, 2011
Photography by Hannah Cairns
Edited by Tim Carr
Produced by Tim Carr and Jen Laursen


"Shake Your Caboose"- Single Released March 17, 2011
Remixes by Never Knows and Chris Crawford

"Fame Whore" Single and Music Video Released July 11, 2011
Remixes by DFX, Phil Manley and Never Knows
Video Co-Directed by Monique Jenkinson and Tim Carr
Executive Producer Tim Carr
Cinematography by Ben Estabrook
Edited by Tim Carr


"Fame Whore" (DFX Remix) Music Video Released July 11, 2011


"The Shadows" LP Released February 7, 2012
All songs Written and Produced by Tim Carr
Engineered by Chris Crawford
Mixed by Phil Manley
Mastered by Mike Wells

"Give Me The Light" 3D Music Video and Single Released June 26, 2012
Remixes by Chris Crawford and DFX
Video Directed by Christopher Crescitelli
Stereography and Editing by Jacob Mendel
Executive Producer Tim Carr
Produced by David Legois and Christopher Crescitelli


To check out samples of Carr's music please see the ITunes link below.




Tim Carr’s music has been called “dark dance,” “art pop,” “an unapologetic adventure mix” and “theatrical pop”, crossing through many genres and pulling from a wide variety of inspiration. His focus on the intersection between rhythm, melody and harmony results in a unique dancy sound.

Tim Carr was born and raised in Philadelphia, where as a child he frequently woke up in bed singing. He began training as a singer during his adolescence, and got his chops playing in high school musicals. Following his bliss, Tim moved to Los Angeles where he studied piano and musical theory and began writing his own music. His early work caught the attention of LA musicians and producers. During this time, his songs were featured in several prime-time television shows (Men In Trees, Without A Trace).

Tim continued to follow his own sound north to San Francisco where he began to produce his own music, his own way. Tim believes that the heart of music-making is to present to the world the purity of the musician’s own vision, and never contort it for the sake of making it comfortable or familiar. He has found his artistic home in San Francisco, a city that inspires and encourages personal expression.

In 2009, Tim released his first self-produced album, The Tim Carr Project, which was recorded at Studio SQ with engineer Chris Crawford (French Miami) as his right-hand-man. He oversaw production of two music videos for songs from The Tim Carr Project - Caved In (animated and directed by Micha Ritche) and Shake Your Caboose (photographed by Hannah Cairns).

Tim’s new album, The Shadows, marks his second collaboration with Chris Crawford and was released in February, 2012 with the accompanying single and music video, Fame Whore. The single contains remixes by DFX, Phil Manley, and Never Knows. This new release explores the pop-ier side of Tim’s music, offering lots of groove and dancability while still remaining faithful to his personal style. The Shadows was recorded at Tim Carr and Chris Crawford’s house studios, was mixed by Phil Manley (Trans Am) and mastered by Mike Wells (Sound Tribe Sector Nine, John Vanderslice).

Carr's latest single release, "Give Me The Light" features new remixes by Chris Crawford and DFX. Please check out his 3D music video (if you have the red and blue anaglyph glasses at timcarrsongs.com). Otherwise, you can catch the 2D version. He is in pre-production for his third music video, for the song "Enough". This video will also be shot in 3D by the amazing Jacob Mendel (3D expert) and directed by Christopher Crescitelli (the same crew as Carr worked with on "Give Me The Light".)

Carr's new backing band, The Dumpy Broads, add a grounding to the electronic dance sound from "The Shadows". Violin, xylophone, bass, synth, drums and at times trumpet and backing tracks all blend for this future sound.