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Here we are with the Horrors, adepts of fashionable retro-rock synthesis, adeptly tackling Bowie's Ziggy Stardust wham-bam-thank-you-mammer for Channel 4's On Track... programme. It's a live take,…   Read Story »
Gaga is set to drop a slate of products on 11/21 and 11/22, including a remix CD, a deluxe repackaging of her 2011 LP Born This Way, a DVD of her Madison Square Garden Performance and a photo/art…   Read Story »
It's going to be impossible to claim that Beyoncé Knowles has "quietly" put together a vicious song catalog, stocked with everything from heart-wrenching ballads to shamelessly fun bangers, but she…   Read Story »
We're not sure where it stands in the hierarchy of great indie rock covers of Beyoncé songs, but you know, it's pretty good! The Horrors deconstruct Beyoncé's magnificent "Best Thing I Never Had"…   Read Story »
If last year's rebooted Tron movie had an acid-trip sequence, it probably would've looked something like "I Can See Through You," the new video from London synth-rock anthem-crafters the Horrors. In…   Read Story »
Jeff Mangum has justifiably been getting the lion's share of the attention surrounding the I'll Be Your Mirror festival; when a reclusive indie god comes out of hiding, it's a big deal. But the…   Read Story »
A beyond sold out El Rey Theatre played host to the Horrors as they oscillated song selections between latest album Skying and sophomore release Primary Colours. The Stepkids injected some high…   Read Story »
Name: The Horrors Progress Report: Horrors' front man Faris Badwan calls from backstage at a festival to talk about the band's excellent new album, Skying. The first time I interviewed the…   Read Story »
On their dramatic right turn of a second LP Primary Colours, the Horrors ditched their titular spook-and-gloom garage rock for a mesh of crate-digging indie that recalled shoegazers like MBV and…   Read Story »
A few weeks back seemingly all of you enjoyed "Still Life," a promising self-produced track from British post-punkers the Horrors that signaled a sonic shift to debonair synth-rock a la P-Furs. Now…   Read Story »