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Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (S U R V I V E) performing the music of “Stranger Things”

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Doors at 8:00pm

A live concert performance featuring Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein – composers of Stranger Things. They will be performing the synth-fueled score from the hit Netflix series shortly after the highly anticipated Season 2 premiere on October 31st.

Kyle and Michael’s critically acclaimed Stranger Things Vol 1 & 2 both received nominations in the Best Score/Soundtrack for Visual Media category at the 2017 Grammy Awards - with Stranger Things being the only TV show in the category among Oscar-winning films like The Force Awakens, The Hateful Eight, Bridge of Spies, and The Revenant.  This marks the first time in history when a TV score received two Grammy nominations for a single season. 

About Kyle and Michael:

Grammy nominated Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, half of the Austin band S U R V I V E, traveled back in musical time to soundtrack the biggest pop culture phenomenon of 2016: the Netflix series Stranger Things. The duo’s dreamy, throwback score helped sell the nostalgic ode to when Carpenter and Spielberg were the tastemakers of the horror/fantasy genre. Series creators The Duffer Brothers fell in love with the band’s albums, which spin classic synths into a distinctly modern sound—and the resulting alchemy produced the most talked-about soundtrack of the year that garnered two Grammy nominations for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. Season Two, which they’ll return to score, is in production now. 

Dixon and Stein, both Texas natives, were born in the early 1980s when the inspirations for Stranger Things were being made. They met as teenagers, and both eventually gravitated towards the analog, electronic tones of their childhoods. S U R V I V E has quickly exploded from being a hip Austin act to touring the U.S. and Europe, and the band recently released their second studio album, “RR7349.” 

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  • 9PM–Wednesday, November 08
  • Doors at 8:00pm
  • $30-$50

Doors at 8:00pm

A live concert performance featuring Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein – composers of Stranger Things. They will be performing the synth-fueled score from the hit Netflix series shortly after the highly anticipated Season 2 premiere on October 31st.

Kyle and Michael’s critically acclaimed Stranger Things Vol 1 & 2 both received nominations in the Best Score/Soundtrack for Visual Media category at the 2017 Grammy Awards - with Stranger Things being the only TV show in the category among Oscar-winning films like The Force Awakens, The Hateful Eight, Bridge of Spies, and The Revenant.  This marks the first time in history when a TV score received two Grammy nominations for a single season. 

About Kyle and Michael:

Grammy nominated Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, half of the Austin band S U R V I V E, traveled back in musical time to soundtrack the biggest pop culture phenomenon of 2016: the Netflix series Stranger Things. The duo’s dreamy, throwback score helped sell the nostalgic ode to when Carpenter and Spielberg were the tastemakers of the horror/fantasy genre. Series creators The Duffer Brothers fell in love with the band’s albums, which spin classic synths into a distinctly modern sound—and the resulting alchemy produced the most talked-about soundtrack of the year that garnered two Grammy nominations for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. Season Two, which they’ll return to score, is in production now. 

Dixon and Stein, both Texas natives, were born in the early 1980s when the inspirations for Stranger Things were being made. They met as teenagers, and both eventually gravitated towards the analog, electronic tones of their childhoods. S U R V I V E has quickly exploded from being a hip Austin act to touring the U.S. and Europe, and the band recently released their second studio album, “RR7349.” 

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