a host of remix masters (including factory floor’s gabe gurnsey) put their magic touch to the horrors’ most new wavey record yet.
Here’s what we said of the original album: this lot have never stood still, and ‘v’ is no exception – they’ve drawn on inspiration from new order, Depeche mode and nitzer ebb here, while retaining their signature gloomy yet propulsive sound. it’s certainly a grower – we’ve found that while we’ve loved each successive album from these guys, each has taken their time to worm into our heads – but it’s well worth the wait with some expertly crafted tunes that, once they’ve taken hold, will stay with you for weeks. “the horrors’ alchemical sticky-fingered raid through the ‘80s closet delivers some of the most thrilling, most substantial pop you’ll hear all year.” 4/5 – mojo.
- Machine (Giant Swan Remix)
- Hologram (Manni Dee Remix)
- Ghost (Cleric Remix)
- Something To Remember Me By (Gabe Gurnsey Remix)
- Press Enter To Exit (HAAi Remix)
- Hologram (Richard Fearless Remix)