Electronica duo the Crystal Method will unveil its own Tiny E label with the Jan. 24 release of its first film soundtrack, "London."

Electronica duo the Crystal Method will unveil its own Tiny E label with the Jan. 24 release of its first film soundtrack, "London." The album will feature eight new Crystal Method songs plus material from Evil Nine, Connie Price and the Keystones and the Out Crowd.

"London" is built around a drug-addled New York party and stars Jessica Biel, Jason Statham, Chris Evans, Dane Cook and Kelli Garner. A release date for the film has yet to be announced. "It was a joy to create a score for a film with such an original story and such great actors," group member Scott Kirkland says.

The Crystal Method was last heard from on April's mix collection "Community Service II," which featured remixes of Smashing Pumpkins' "1979" and New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle." The set debuted at No. 8 on Billboard's Top Electronic Albums chart.

The duo recently wrote the theme to the new Fox drama "Bones" and provided new music for the upcoming Atari videogame "Matrix: Path of Neo." The Crystal Method has a handful of live dates on tap this fall, including shows tomorrow (Oct. 21) in Atlantic City, N.J., and the next night in New York.

Here is the track list for "London":

"London," the Crystal Method
"Restless," Evil Nine featuring Toastie Taylor
"Smoked," the Crystal Method
"Fire To Me," Hyper vs. the Crystal Method
"Roboslut," the Crystal Method
"Defective," the Crystal Method
"Vice," the Crystal Method
"Crime," Troy Bonnes
"C'mon Children," the Out Crowd
"Onesixteen," the Crystal Method
"Sucker Punch," Connie Price and the Keystones
"Glass Breaker," the Crystal Method
"I Luv U," the Crystal Method
"Nothing Like You and I," Perishers