Hate Music Last Time Delete

HMLTD - Hate Music Last Time Delete
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 154 ratings
2018 Ratings: #653
Liked by 2 people
July 6, 2018 / Release Date
EP / Format
RCA / Label
Synthpop, Art Pop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
The Needle Drop

While the trap-goth direction of "Pictures of You" could use some work, this debut EP solidifies HMLTD as one of the most promising post-punk groups out right now.

60
The 405

On surface level, these tracks do sound a lot like the 80s bands they draw influence from. HMLTD can seem slightly derivative at points, though each track is built with a thousand flourishes of different genres, there is a clear focus towards the bygone era on this album.

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82
"Hate Music Last Time Delete" is a pretty cool crossover of post-punk, glam and goth elements. Maybe "Pictures of You" is a little on the weak side when it comes to fusing genres and styles together, but even that song is still good.

(I'm done doing the rating system for EPs now)

Fav Tracks: Mannequin, Apple of My Eye, Proxy Love

Least Fav Track: Pictures of You

Score:
8.2
Great
zachthesnack
94
Woahhhhhhhh mama this grew on me. Easily one of the funnest records of the year.

Pictures Of You has been on repeat all week!
chairycherry
NR
This may not be the longest release to come out this year, but goddammit am I falling in love with this with every time I put it on, which has been too much; I am supposed to be working on someone else's discography right now, but that has to wait whilst I talk about this. Yeah, I know, I wish I could go against what Fantano says here(again, a joke), but I should be praising him for turning me on to this. HMLTD here makes a four track EP with a sound all their own, with what I would call a ... read more
ElectricMess
90
Trap post-punk?
PipePanic
77
I feel like this is what new wave music is going to sound like in the modern age. Dark, metallic and heavily techno produced pop bangers with dark (if not slightly ridiculous) subject matters. In a lot of ways this reminds me of a even more wacked out and crazy version of Adam Ant, Sparks or Devo. It's goofy, strange, out there, and defiantly not for everyone. But, when you click into it's synth heavy goofball-esq fun, then there is a lot to appreciate about this EP. It's punchy and strange, ... read more
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Added on: July 10, 2018