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Singles file: Flying Lotus f. Thom Yorke, the Splinters, Joker

Flying LotusFlying Lotus gets a bit of help from Radiohead's Thom Yorke on his new single. (Photo courtesy of the artist)

Flying Lotus featuring Thom Yorke: " And the World Laughs with You"

The Radiohead frontman does a blink-and-you'll-miss-it turn on this trippy new track from Southern California producer FlyLo.

The Splinters: "Dark Shades"

Serpent metaphors, '50s girl-group pop and '60s garage rock combine on this probably-unintentionally-"Aqualung"-evoking track.

(Low plus Intuition, Girls cover Radiohead after the jump.)

Joker: "Tron"

The latest dub-step stunner from the (other) Purple One probably has nothing to do with the upcoming "Tron" sequel, although that would have been almost unbearably awesome.

Low featuring Intuition: "Breaker"

On his new mix tape, "I Ruined These Songs for You," interloping rapper Intuition inserts his own verses into a variety of pop and indie rock songs, including this sludgy '07 track from Low.

Girls: "No Surprises" (Radiohead cover)

The heads of last year's freshman class take on the "OK Computer" ballad during a show in Sweden earlier this month.

By David Malitz  |  March 30, 2010; 10:30 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags: Flying Lotus, Girls, Intuition, Joker, Low, Radiohead, The Splinters, Thom Yorke  
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Comments

Yeah that FlyLo album just might blow a whole lotta heads.

Posted by: agl132 | March 30, 2010 11:13 AM | Report abuse

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