RR7349 (its cassette release titled HD037) is the third studio album by Texas synthwave group Survive. Completed in January 2015, it wasn't until September 2016 that the album was released by the labels Relapse and Survive's own Holodeck. As with other releases by the band, RR7349 follows a slow-tempo style using elements of dark wave, electro, and intelligent dance music
On September 30th, Austin synthwave group S U R V I V E, featuring Stranger Things music composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, release their new album RR7349 via Relapse. Despite the label affiliation, however, it’s not a metal record. So in that sense, yeah, it is a perfect fit for Relapse. Find out for yourself, as the entire album is streaming courtesy of Gorilla Vs. Bear. Listen to the full S U R V I V E RR7349 stream below. RR7349 is out 9/30 on Relapse. Sep 27, 2016Jeff Terich. Bob Dylan to release massive 36-disc box set of 1966 live recordings Stream the new Danny Brown album, Atrocity Exhibition. Home Stream the new album by S U R V I V E, RR7349. September 27, 2016 NewsElectronic, experimental, S U R V I V E. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.
RR7387 by S U R V I V E, released 03 November 2017 1. Cutthroat (Lena Willikens Remix) 2. High Rise (Not Waving Remix) 3. Wardenclyffe (Sam Haar Remix) 4. Other (Justin K Broadrick as JK FLESH Remix) Four tracks from experimental synth band S U R V I V E's breakthrough 2016 LP RR7349, remixed and reinterpreted by an eclectic field of artists including Lena Willikens, Not Waving, Sam Haar (Blondes) and Justin K Broadrick aka JK Flesh (Godflesh, Jesu)
S u r V I V e – RR7349. Label: Relapse Records – RR7349. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Indeed, the strength that resides in this album is the way it tells a story while remaining very consistent from one track to another, releasing an energy that quickly makes you forget the urge to dance on electronic music. They’re part of the best band to compose some tracks that can carry us with such intensity, and their fourth album R7349 is the proof. Always based on sonorities borrowed from the films of the 80s (synthwave’s world), this album is very good and complements widely the soundtrack of The Stranger Things (composed by half of the group)
As previously reported, RR7349 is the first release from the project since band members Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein skyrocketed to attention via their similarly minded score for Netflix drama Stranger Things. While not explicitly referencing the show, moody, high-tension keyboard stomps like "Wardenclyffe" feel like they could easily score a creepy journey into the Upside Down. The collection also taps into '80s-illuminating elements of ambient electro and Carpenter synth whimsy via pieces like opener ".
S u r V I V e. Album: RR7349.