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Steady Dark Grooves: An Interview with the Horrors

Rhys Webb of the Horrors opens up about the process and direction behind their latest album, V, and how they've managed to thrive and stay together through their first decade.

Juan Eduardo Rodriguez
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Keep on Moving: A Conversation with the Horrors

Speaking just before the release of their new album Luminous, PopMatters talks to the British alt-pop heavyweights the Horrors about artistic progression, the need to escape your influences, and the terrifying tedium of East London.

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The Horrors: 2 October 2011 - Philadelphia

More so than "dark," "skinny", and "critics' wet dream", the operative adjective for the Horrors is "aloof".

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Out of the Dark and Into the Light: The Horrors and 'Skying'

Do what thy wilt shall be the whole of the law -- the Horrors are making up their own rules, and it shows strongly in their recently-released third album, Skying.

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The Horrors: Skying

Skying aspires to live up to its title, reflecting how the Horrors are aiming high.

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Various Artists: F*>k Dance Let’s Art; Sounds from a New American Underground

!K7 Records tries to make sense of chillwave, witch house, Animal Collective, and other neo-electronic non-dance artists.

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The Horrors: Primary Colours

The Horrors aren’t going to win over any new fans with their change in direction. But the die-hards just might be rewarded for their patience.

Emily Tartanella
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The Horrors + The Mercy Arms

I have seen the rise of the undead Mod-Goth, and it's face is a face of Horrors.

Nick Gunn
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The Horrors: Strange House

Raucous garage rock debut from justifiably hyped goth-themed English troublemakers.

John Dover
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The Horrors: The Horrors EP

Release the bats! This debut EP by UK "band of the moment" is full of style over substance garage-rock, watered down, cartoon darkness -- and not a lot else.


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