DIGITAL BEAT: Aphex Twin, Mercury Rev, Radiohead ...

Ambient-techno wizard previews new track on label Web site.

A RealAudio clip of "54 Cymru Beats," a new track from Aphex Twin, is available to members of the Warp Records mailing list. Fans can sign up through the Warp Records Web site to receive a link to the clip via e-mail. "54 Cymru Beats" is from the forthcoming Drukqs, due October 22. ...

Melodic rockers Mercury Rev are previewing two songs from their forthcoming fifth album, All Is Dream — "Dark Is Rising" and "Nite and Fog" — in the "vibration" section of their Web site. All Is Dream is due August 27. ...

Radiohead released an Internet-only video for "I Might Be Wrong" on Wednesday (July 25) at radiohead.com. ...

Posh Spice, a.k.a. Victoria Beckham, unveiled her first solo single online as she launched her new Web site, www.victoriabeckham.mu, on Tuesday (July 24). As part of the launch, the Spice Girl previewed the single "Not Such an Innocent Girl," due September 3 in the U.K. ...

Curve have posted an MP3 of the new track "Want More Need Less" on their Web site. The song features former My Bloody Valentine (and sometime-Primal Scream) guitarist Kevin Shields. Also available are samples of six new tracks, three of which — "Turnaround," "You Don't Know" and "Speed Crash" — are included on the band's limited-edition, Internet-only One Day at the Hate Fest, a compilation of MP3s and three unreleased tracks. ...

Crystal Method lovers can hear music from the duo's upcoming second album, Tweekend, on a free digital postcard at www.thecrystalmethod.com. ...

PJ Harvey has posted the video for "A Place Called Home," from her sixth album, Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea (2000), on her Web site. The video was shot in an 18th century church in East London that is rumored to be haunted. ...

British rockers Suede are documenting their progress on the follow-up to 1999's Head Music on their Web site, www.suede.net. The band has posted pictures and movies of its work in a Wales studio, including a clip of frontman Brett Anderson singing the song "Asda Town." ...

— sonicnet.com staff report