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While production for season three is underway, we likely won't get a new set of Stranger Things episodes until 2019. In the meantime, however, news surrounding the heralded Netflix original series continues to stream in, as this week we get a look at the music from the show.

Here, we find Stranger Things composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein delving into their role in the popular series. Dixon and Stein speak on the differences in seasons one and two, their biggest musical influences, and how the Duffer brothers approached them to score the show.

Press play above to hear what they have to say, then follow here for all things surrounding Stranger Things season three.

In related news, 'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown leaves Twitter after being turned into a homophobic meme.

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