Articles tagged wild beasts

The Mysterious Legacy of Q Lazzarus’ “Goodbye Horses”

Some 25 years ago, Q Lazzarus' sole hit, the hypnotic dance-thump that is "Goodbye Horses", soundtracked a fairly popular Jonathan Demme movie. Amazingly, it wasn't Silence With the Lambs. With an anniversary vinyl release upon us, we dig up even more facts about this glorious pop anomaly ...

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19 May 2011 // 8:30 AM

Wild Beasts: Smother

Wild Beasts return with a subtle, stripped-down album that represents their finest work -- and one of the finest albums you'll hear all year.

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Wild Beasts: We’ve Still Got the Taste Dancing on Our Tongues

Two tracks for Hayden Thorpe, two tracks for Tom Fleming. Everybody wins.

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Wild Beasts: iTunes Festival London 2010 EP

Ever eccentric and beguiling, Wild Beasts' music has a more immediate appeal in a live context.

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“We’re Trying to Make Our Own Kind of Mythology”: An Interview with Wild Beasts

Bruce Springsteen? Drowning rats? Steve Reich and the joyous art of hedonism? These are the least interesting topics that Wild Beasts talk about following a year of well-deserved acclaim for their sophomore album.

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Performing at the Hoxton Hotel in London, indie rockers Wild Beasts have put their full live concert online, featuring songs from their most recent album,

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7 Aug 2009 // 2:30 AM

Wild Beasts Two Dancers (Domino) Releasing: 8 September 2009 (US) / out now in UK SONG LIST 01 The Fun Powder Plot 02 Hooting and Howling 03 All the King’s

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The Best of Britain 2008

British music in 2008 was for once every bit the match of its American equivalent, and tantalisingly suggested there's much more to come.

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5 Nov 2008 // 9:00 PM

Wild Beasts: Limbo, Panto

Love them or hate them, Wild Beasts are surely the most bewilderingly fresh new band in the UK.

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'Wanted' Is a Spaghetti Western That Will Leave You Wanting

// Short Ends and Leader

"The charisma of Giuliano Gemma and some stellar action sequences can't save this sub-par spaghetti western.

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