Formé en 2009, le quatuor expérimental S U R V I V E originaire de Austin, Texas a sorti deux LP et une bonne poignée d’EP depuis leur début.
Et notamment le bande originale du film indé d’horreur The Guest en 2014.
Plus récemment, deux membres du quatuor ont signé la BO de la nouvelle série SF / horreur de Netflix : Stranger Things.

Leur deuxième LP auto-produit « RR7349 » sorti le 30 septembre via Relapse est sans aucun doute l’album le plus accompli fait par le groupe. « RR7349 » est un long exercice analogique composé de 9 titres, où chaque morceau fait transparaitre une ambiance différente.


Formed in 2009, the prolific Austin, TX experimental synth quartet S U R V I V E have released two full-lengths and numerous EPs / singles since their inception, including recent contributions to the soundtrack for the acclaimed indie horror film The Guest. Additionally, two of the group’s members recently scored the soundtrack for the new hit sci-fi / horror show Stranger Things starring Winona Ryder on Netflix. S U R V I V E have appeared at numerous esteemed festivals across the US including Moogfest, Levitation Fest, Fun Fun Fun, Beserktown, Day in The Desert, Decibel, etc. and have played alongside acts like Goblin, John Maus, Tame Impala, Lightning Bolt, This Will Destroy You, A Place To Bury Strangers, Max Cooper, and many others; Noisey even called their live show « transcendental. »

Now, S U R V I V E have completed self-recording their second full-length via their home studios, which will see a September 30 via Relapse. The synth quartet’s sophomore full-length and Relapse debut is a dark, sweeping exercise in analog synth mastery. The pulsating, 9-song instrumental release showcases immense diversity between tracks – RR7349’s compositions range from grim tom-tom thunder to space-age epics, pairing tense plodding grooves with meditative ambience and driving, rhythmic beats. Inspired by IDM and horror scores alike, RR7349 is simultaneously ominous and hopeful; tense and relaxed; percussive and melodic. A unique addition to the Relapse discography, and unquestionably S U R V I V E ‘ s best work to date.