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This album is a good way.

Firstly, I should say that I never would have known about this album had it not been for Rowland Howard's involvement in its creation. That said, it is undoubtedly strong enough to stand on its own merits - a decadent and melancholic post-punk masterpiece that feels very genuine. Unlike much of the output of bands like Glass Candy and Chromatics who use the façade of Italo heroin chic as a brand identity, 'Marry Me Tonight' seems to eminate from a real source of pain and excess. This album makes you want to take a shower: it's covered in a thin layer of slime and smells slightly of vomit, sweat, and sex. The haunting vocals and careening guitars cascade over syncopated drummachine rhythms and driving basslines culminating in a feeling akin to vertigo. Together with 'Pop Crimes', this album serves as a fitting eulogy to the memory of Rowland S. Howard, and hopefully the boys and girl of HTRK can avoid overdosing long enough to sustain that icky feeling into the future.

Really great...

Moody and dark, but calming and soothing at the same time. Great late night chill-out music.


Formed: 2003 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originated in Melbourne, art rock project HTRK -- pronounced "Hate Rock" and also known as Hate Rock Trio -- began performing in 2003. After their former group, Portraits of Hugo Perez, disbanded, bassist Sean Stewart and guitarist Nigel Yang recruited vocalist Jonnine D with aims to create a project like the Birthday Party with slow mechanical repetition (courtesy of a drum machine and Jonnine playing percussion), simplistic basslines, and deafening guitar feedback. Their aesthetic clashed drastically...
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