EW recommends tracks by Nine Inch Nails, Acid House Kings, Nada Surf, and General Elektriks

By Ryan Dombal
August 19, 2005 at 04:00 AM EDT

Download This: August 26, 2005

Dance-rock virtuosos DFA sweat the Goth face paint off of NINE INCH NAILS’ ”The Hand That Feeds” with their disco-bounce remix. Now, if we could only get Trent out on the floor with some glowsticks. . .ITUNES.COM

Take a DeLorean trip back to the winsome ’60s with anachronistic Swedes ACID HOUSE KINGS as they keep things lilting, precious, and oh-so-breezy on ”This Heart Is a Stone.” ACIDHOUSEKINGS.COM

Nine years after scoring a hit with their high-school-themed ”Popular,” alt survivors NADA SURF try to ”Do It Again” with this rousing standout from their new album, The Weight Is a Gift. BARSUK.COM/NADASURFMP3

Hervé Salters (left) is the mad keyboard guru behind GENERAL ELEKTRIKS. Featured on his Cliquety Kliqk, ”Tu M’intrigues” weaves hip-hop drums with French vocal samples and a très funky synth loop. QUANNUM.COM

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