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Yesterday we launched our new Week In Pop column, so it's fittingly (if unintentionally) ironic that our list of the week's five best songs is, for once, basically devoid of "pop music." In fact,…   Read Story »
British art-poppers Wild Beasts released their last album, Smother, in 2011, and since then, we've only heard a few stray tracks and remixes from the band. But now they've debuted a swollen, spacey…   Read Story »
Wild Beast's Hayden Thorpe and Jon Hopkins have joined forces to cover Q Lazzarus's classic electro-pop track "Goodbye Horses." While most people know the cut as Buffalo Bill's mirror-dance…   Read Story »
Brits Wild Beasts unleash this previously unheard track, "Stray," from their 2011 Smother sessions. The slow-burner was released on Christmas with the following extension of gratitude toward their…   Read Story »
Wild Beasts tinker with Jessie Ware's "Night Light" for their new remix, adding a little bit more atmosphere, some piano and some of their own vocals. Hear it below. Devotion is out now on…   Read Story »
"You're Early" is the swirling new single from sisterly British BTW 2:54. And on the single's B-side, the UK art-rock wailers Wild Beasts rework the track, replacing the bassline with a foggy…   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 »
The creamy British art-poppers Wild Beasts will soon release their song "Reach A Bit Further" as the latest single from their album Smother. The limited-edition colored-vinyl 12" version of the…   Read Story »
Last week, the UK's Larmer Tree Gardens hosted a hilariously deep bill for the End Of The Road Festival, a lineup that featured Joanna Newsom, Kurt Vile, Tinawiren, Lykke Li, Best Coast, the Walkmen…   Read Story »
File this under "whuh?," but a remix of Lady Gaga's "Yoü And I" by British soft rockers Wild Beasts surfaced this morning. Those familiar with the Beasts' work can certainly discern the band's…   Read Story »