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Jonnine Standish

Posted 20 Dec 2011 @ 12:08pm

In March this year, HTRK's original bassist Sean Stewart committed suicide. However six months later, the band continued as a duo and released their second album Work (work, work). The band hadn't toured their town-of-origin for five years, though have now returned to Melbourne and with the help of Mistletone (who were also celebrating their 5th birthday), St Michael's Uniting Church played...

Posted 2 Nov 2011 @ 10:10am

It's focus that set HTRK apart. Slow paced and with an overall icy atmosphere of lust and desperation, new album Work (work, work), their follow up to their debut LP Marry Me Tonight, displays a clarity of vision that is coming to define their practice. The entire album rooted in the theme of desires, realised or denied, the now two piece have delivered a work that walks their carefully drawn...

Posted 14 Sep 2011 @ 10:23am

Presenting their first piece of work since the loss of their bassist Sean Stewart in early 2010, HTRK have finally released their second full-length album Work (work, work). The band's first album Marry Me Tonight was dissonant with an unwavering strength, however like the climax clambering upward in a macabre horror film soundtrack, Work (work, work) is far more sinister then what they’ve...

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