While we've yet to hear anything about a soundtrack to Stranger Things Season 2, we've have got news of a new release from S U R V I V E. This fall, Stranger Things scorers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein will find their full-band project getting remixed by an array of artists for an upcoming 12-inch EP.
The release is simply being called the RR7387 Remix EP, and it's set to arrive as a 12-inch on November 3 via Relapse. It will feature remakes of four tracks from S U R V I V E's breakthrough 2016 effort RR7349, which will be getting remixed and reinterpreted by the likes of Godflesh/Jesu mastermind Justin K. Broadrick (under his JK FLESH moniker), Blondes' Sam Haar, Lena Willikens and Not Waving.
According to Relapse, "These four renditions expertly showcase the compositional skill and rich diversity layered within each track and further encapsulate the scope of S U R V I V E's sonic palette."
The EP will be limited to 500 copies, with 400 pressed on black vinyl and another 100 on clear. The vinyl also comes with a download code. Pre-orders have yet to go live, but you can learn more here.
UPDATE (9/27, 12:30 p.m. EDT): You can now listen to Lena Willikens' remix of "Cutthroat" down below.
Stranger Things, meanwhile, is set to premiere on Netflix on October 27.
RR7387 Remix EP:
1. Cutthroat (Lena Willikens Remix)
2. High Rise (Not Waving Remix)
3. Wardenclyffe (Sam Haar Remix)
4. Other (Justin K Broadrick as JK FLESH Remix)