Disney To Release “Star Wars Headspace” On Feb 19th!

Star Wars Headspace

Disney, in partnership with Hollywood Records and American Recordings have announced that Star Wars will be receiving a full electronic treatment. Dubbed “Star Wars Headspace”, the album will feature tracks from the likes of KaskadeClaude VonStrokeGTA, and more! Disney is not new to the electronic music community, but this album announcement came as a surprise to me. Their roots in electronic music go back to the soundtrack for TRON: Legacy, which was produced by legends Daft Punk. That album received a remix treatment, and later on Disney also released some remixes of their classics on the DCONSTRUCTED Album back in 2014.

Star Wars Headspace will be available digitally on February 19th and in stores on March 18th! Pre-order it today by clicking HERE!

Star Wars Headspace Previews:

GTA – Help Me

Baauer – Cantina Boys

Flying Lotus – R2 Where R U?

Rick Rubin – NR-G7

Star Wars Headspace Track List:

  1. C-3P0’s Plight Kaskade
  2. Help Me! GTA
  3. Force TroyBoi
  4. Cantina Boys Baauer
  5. Jabba Flow: Rick Rubin Re-Work (feat. A-Trak) Shag Kava
  6. R2 Knows (feat. Barry Drift) Claude VonStroke
  7. NR-G7 Rick Rubin
  8. Ghomrassen Bonobo
  9. Bounty Hunters Röyksopp
  10. Sunset Over Manaan ATTLAS
  11. R2 Where R U? Flying Lotus
  12. Druid Caravan of Smoke Shlohmo
  13. EWOK PUMPP Rustie
  14. Scruffy-Looking Nerfherder Galantis
  15. Star Tripper Breakbot

For more information about Star Wars Headspace:

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