With all the delirious hype around 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you’d be forgiven for not wanting to hear anything about the infamous series for several years. However, Resident Advisor is reporting that a compilation of Star Wars-inspired electronic tracks is due to land later this month. Mega-producer Rick Rubin (whose fingerprints are all over music from the likes of the Beastie Boys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Jay Z) has curated Star Wars Headspace: a collection of 15 tracks that sample audio from the Star Wars films. Notable artists to contribute works include Flying Lotus with “R2 Where R U?” and Rustie with “EWOK PUMPP,” plus Shlohmo, Baauer, Bonobo, Claude VonStroke, and Röyksopp.

Before the compilation drops via the Hollywood label on February 19, stream a handful of tracks (and hear what FlyLo had to say about the project to radio host Zane Lowe) here via Pitchfork.

01. Kaskade – C-3P0’s Plight
02. GTA – Help Me!
03. TroyBoi – Force
04. Baauer – Cantina Boys
05. Shag Kava – Jabba Flow (Rick Rubin Re-Work) feat. A-Trak
06. Claude VonStroke – R2 Knows feat. Barry Drift
07. Rick Rubin – NR-G7
08. Bonobo – Ghomrassen
09. Röyksopp – Bounty Hunters
10. ATTLAS – Sunset Over Manaan
11. Flying Lotus – R2 Where R U?
12. Shlohmo – Druid Caravan of Smoke
13. Rustie – EWOK PUMPP
14. Galantis – Scruffy-Looking Nerfherder
15. Breakbot – Star Tripper