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Thom Yorke: “All For The Best (Marc Mulcahy Cover)” The original version of this song was pretty stripped down to begin with, but Yorke’s cover—drawn from a benefit/tribute album dedicated to Mulcahy—is, unsurprisingly, even darker and emptier. With little but the bare shuddering of an emaciated drum machine and his own layered voice Yorke converts Mulcahy’s affable alt-rock into cold and desolate, yet undeniably hooky, IDM.

Dungen: “Samtidigt” Swedish psych-rock band Dungen offers up a 15-minute of “Samtidigt,” a song that appeared on its recent album, 4, clocking in at about one fifth that length. So what’s happening during that missing 12-minutes? Shredding, mostly. Not just on guitar, though, there’s also some Herbie Mann-style flute-magic thrown in for good measure.

Fuck Buttons: “Surf Solar” Yeah, they still have the worst band name ever, but the Fuck Buttons’ new song—edited here from it’s full 10-minute form—is enough of a forward creative push to make that foul-mouthed moniker worth tossing around a few more times. The Bristol-based noise duo turns abstract squalor into rave while 808s pound and pulse in the background.

Zomby: “One Foot Ahead of the Other” UK producer Zomby continues plying his brand of dubstep/’90s hardcore revival. If you aren’t entirely sure what that means, though, it’s enough to say that “One Foot Ahead of the Other” sounds like clubbier version of the Metroid soundtrack. Follow his tight and shuffling rhythms straight to Mother Brain.