Austin act S U R V I V E offer a look inside their practice garage.
Synth act S U R V I V E have offered a short behind-the-scenes look at their practice space and vintage synth collection.
Michael Stein – who composed the score for Netflix hit Stranger Things with S U R V I V E bandmate Kyle Dixon – guides viewers round the band’s setup in the video for Austin radio station KUT 90.5, which features a Roland SH-101, Korg Mono/Poly and ARP Odyssey.
S U R V I V E released their latest album RR7349 on Relapse Records last month, while Dixon and Stein’s Stranger Things score has recently been released on vinyl.
The band are currently in the middle of a US tour, while Dixon and Stein will play the Stranger Things score live for the first time at Krakow’s Unsound Festival on October 22.
If you want more synth-led magic from S U R V I V E check out their recent FACT mix. [via Synthtopia]