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‘Stranger Things’ composers have a band and they’re releasing new music soon

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The composers for Netflix’s “Stranger Things” make up one-half of Texas-based band S U R V I V E. Their new album, “RR7349,” will release Sept. 30 and should appeal to fans of the show’s score.

The synth-heavy soundtrack to Netflix’s well-reviewed ’80s homage “Stranger Things” was composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, one-half of Texas-based band S U R V I V E.

The quartet will release their new album, “RR7349,” in September; listen to lead single “A.H.B.” here. Fans of the “Stranger Things” soundtrack will be happy to know Dixon and Stein’s main gig doesn’t stray far from their work on the show.

Pre-orders are available at Relapse.com on yellow (only 250 pressed) or black vinyl, as well as CD and digital formats. Limited edition cassette pre-orders can be made through HolodeckRecords.com.

All eight episodes of “Stranger Things” debuted on Netflix’s streaming service July 15. The series follows a group a children aided by a girl with paranormal abilities in their search for a missing friend. Winona Ryder stars as the missing boy’s mother.

Reach Gene Axton at 570-991-6121 or on Twitter @TLArts

S U R V I V E includes Netflix series’ composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein

By Gene Axton

[email protected]

The composers for Netflix’s “Stranger Things” make up one-half of Texas-based band S U R V I V E. Their new album, “RR7349,” will release Sept. 30 and should appeal to fans of the show’s score.
http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_survive.jpgThe composers for Netflix’s “Stranger Things” make up one-half of Texas-based band S U R V I V E. Their new album, “RR7349,” will release Sept. 30 and should appeal to fans of the show’s score.
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Reach Gene Axton at 570-991-6121 or on Twitter @TLArts