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Adult Swim Singles Scores New Tracks from Giorgio Moroder, Mastodon

The series kicks off June 9th and boasts new songs from Deafheaven, Captain Murphy and Future

Giorgio Moroder
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June 2, 2014 6:20 PM ET

Giorgio Moroder is going from collaborating with two robots to creating music for Cartoon Network. After Daft Punk introduced the dance music legend to a whole new generation, Moroder will deliver that audience some fresh music via Adult Swim Singles. Future, Deafheaven, Run the Jewels, Flying Lotus alter ego Captain Murphy and many more will also contribute exclusive music to the weekly Adult Swim series, which kicks off June 9th with a brand new Moroder track, Billboard reports.

Composer Giorgio Moroder recalls the singer and praises Daft Punk

Since the Adult Swim Singles kicked off in 2010, the series and its label Williams Street scored unreleased music from artists like LCD Soundsystem, Liars, Freddie Gibbs, Death Grips, Thee Oh Sees, TV on the Radio and dozens more. The 2014 Adult Swim class adds Tim Hecker, Speedy Ortiz, Diarrhea Planet and drone kings Sleep as contributors. Mastodon previously popped up  on Adult Swim Singles Program 2011 and will return the week of September 18th, 2014 with a new track featuring guest Gibby Haynes.

Each track is available for download or streaming on the Adult Swim Singles page the week of its release. At Adult Swim season's end, all the tracks will be downloadable. Check out the Adult Swim Singles schedule below:

June 9th - Giorgio Moroder
June 16th - Machinedrum
June 23rd - Destruction Unit
July 4th - Fatima Al-Qadiri
July 7th - Tim Hecker
July 14th - Speedy Ortiz
July 21st - Sleep
July 28th - Future
August 4th - Diarrhea Planet
August 11th - Oozing Wound
August 18th - Captain Murphy
August 25th - Deafheaven
September 1st - RP Boo
September 8th - Mastodon Feat. Gibby Haynes
September 15th - Run The Jewels
September 22nd - KA

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