Timb is truly the Swiss Army Knife of musicians. He not only runs the recording gamut through every genre from hip-hop to new wave to industrial to acoustic, but he does it so seamlessly that it's hard to believe he is entirely self-trained. In fact, Timb is renowned for his "Do it yourself" mantra, be it for recording, promotion, or sexual stimulation. But that is not to say that Timb is reclusive. Far from it. He is a south Florida club favorite, and New Times Broward Palm Beach's pick for Best Solo Musician of the Year in 2004. In addition to his nine solo albums, Timb has also contributed his musical know-how to numerous side projects, including the hypnotic space-rock lullabies of Los Torsos and the genre-jumping mayhem of iii Guyz fr. Seattle. Drawing influence from sources as diverse as David Bowie, They Might Be Giants, and Roger Miller, Timb has emerged a true master of style parody. His chameleonic riffs can trick your ears into thinking that you're listening to Metallica, the Smashing Pumpkins, the B-52s, and more. And that's all in a single set. Timb's latest album is an acoustic studio retrospective of 15 of his greatest hits. The name of the album is Enjoy, and that's not a request. It's a promise.