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Season one is over, but the spooky vibes live on. We’re not sure when we’ll return to the Upside Down yet, so for now Stranger Things fanatics will have to make do with the epic second volume of spine-tingling synth creep-outs and warm vibes from Michael Stein’s and Kyle Dixon’s score for the hit Netflix series. The 39-track album is available for streaming now on Apple Music, complete with such evocative titles as “Rolling Out the Pool,” “First Kiss,” “Walking Down the Tracks,” “Where’s Barb?” “Inside the Black Room” and an extended mix of the show’s theme.
Stein and Dixon, members of Austin band S U R V I V E, will perform the score live for the first time in October at the Unsound Festival in Krakow, Poland, and the physical version of the second volume of Stranger music will drop Sept. 23. In the meantime, the internet continues to mine the deep well of musical magic from the show’s young cast.
From Gaten Matarazzo (aka Dustin Henderson) crooning “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables, to Joe Keery (Nancy’s boyfriend Steve Harrington) rocking out with his Chicago psych band Post Animal, Finn Wolfhard (Mike Wheeler) covering Nirvana, the amazing Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) crushing Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good,” Chester Rushing (that jerk Tommy H.) getting in a pub-rock vibe with his Chester Rushing Band and Charlie Heaton (Will Byers’ older brother Jonathan) getting super trippy with his former band Comanechi, there is plenty of Stranger music to keep you busy until next season.
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.
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