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Last month I Break Horses released a video for a new track called "Faith." Now we've got a new remix of that song, done by the Field. It puts the energy of the original through a blender, and what we…   Read Story »
Sweden's I Break Horses dropped two tracks last year without much word of where they might end up. There was the bright synth pop of "Denial" followed by the frozen severity of "Faith." They seemed…   Read Story »
The artists behind the videos on this week's list come from Sweden, Japan, Syria, Canada, and the UK. They have, more or less, nothing in common with each other. And there's every chance that none of…   Read Story »
Sweden's I Break Horses captured our attention with their shoegaze-y debut Hearts, but, as evidenced by the synth-pop-leaning cut "Denial," are now ready to build on that sound for something new.…   Read Story »
The Swedish duo I Break Horses make a form of synthetic shoegaze that aims to prove just how comforting and soothing shoegaze can actually be. Their 2011 debut Hearts was a minor heartbreaker, and…   Read Story »
French electro standouts M83 played at Atlanta's the Masquerade last night with like-minded Swedes I Break Horses and Stereogum contributor Matthew Smith was there to document the colorful affair.…   Read Story »
It's the return of Remixtape, the feature where I listen to a tremendous amount of shitty blog-bait "X Remixes Y" tracks and weed out those worth your weed-out. (Right?) Volume 6 opens with this…   Read Story »
It's always fun when two of the people from our 40 Best New Bands Of 2011 list show up on the same track. In this particular case, it's British producer Star Slinger lending his woozily diffuse…   Read Story »
Last year, right around the time summer turned to fall, we at Stereogum published our list of the 40 best new bands of the year. The idea of a "new" band is a pretty nebulous one, since many of the…   Read Story »
"Winter Beats" makes good on its name. The track's from the Smog-referencing Stockholm duo I Break Horses' debut collection Hearts. As mentioned last time, their smeary romantic pop-scapes bring to…   Read Story »