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Yachtclub101 release synth-tastic new music video

Oakland, CA’s Yachtclub101 will release their new self-titled album on November 13th. The new single from the album, “This Too Will Pass” just premiere over on Surviving the Golden Age.

You can read the premiere and watch the synth-tastic new video HERE.

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Posted by Adam- Surviving the Golden Age on 10.13.20 0 Comments Article Link

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Clay Harper takes us to "Dirt Yard Street"

Atlanta musician, Clay Harper (formerly of The Coolies, Ottoman Empire) is preparing to release his new album, Dirt Yard Street on October 2nd. He premiered his new single, “Dirt Yard Street” with Surviving the Golden Age.

Adam Morgan wrote “The track finds Harper finger-plucking an acoustic guitar with little other musical accompaniment. His earnest voice drives the song to an emotional crescendo repeating ‘I believe this is home.’”

Check out the full premiere here.

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Posted by Adam- Surviving the Golden Age on 08.05.20 0 Comments Article Link

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SoloS investigating some "Unsolved Mysteries"

SoloS (feat. members of Hella, The Advantage) are preparing to release their self-titled album on Dowd Records this spring.

The lead single from the LP, “Unsolved Mysteries” was just premiered by Surviving the Golden Age. Check out the premiere here!

SoloS’ self titled album is out April 17th.

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Posted by Adam- Surviving the Golden Age on 01.15.20 0 Comments Article Link

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Be careful what you wish for unless its new Human Barbie music!

Poor Man RecordsHuman Barbie just released their new single, “Be Careful What You Wish For.”

“Drenched with languid guitars, the track sounds austere until the first line ‘Be careful what you wish for cause you’re gonna get fucked eventually’” said Adam Morgan of Surviving the Golden Age.

“While it flirts with these modern bedroom tropes, solitary and slow, it offer has this sort of melody that is indebted to the timelessness of pop craftsmanship” said Nathan Lankford of Austin Town Hall.

Don’t just trust the experts, hear and see for yourself here.

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Paul Jacks brings straight Fire (In the Sky)

Tritone Records’ PAUL JACKS is preparing to release a new EP called Drama Club. He premiered the album’s lead single, “Fire in the Sky” with Surviving the Golden Age.

“Inspired by the 1993 film of the same name, ‘Fire in the Sky’ features shimmering synths that sound straight out of season 1 of Stranger Things.” said Adam Morgan at Surviving the Golden Age.

Read the full premiere HERE.

Drama Club will be out November 15th via Tritone Records.

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Posted by Adam- Surviving the Golden Age on 11.06.19 0 Comments Article Link

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Surviving the Golden Age gives Good Service

Good Service have premiered their new single “Pocket Calendars” with Surviving the Golden Age.

Writer Adam Morgan describes the track as “with a psychedelic tinge that would make bands like Olivia Tremor Control or Tame Impala proud, ‘Pocket Calendars’ is equal parts strange and engrossing.” That’s high praise!

Read the full premiere here.

“Pocket Calendar” is the first single released from the LP, Please which will be released July 26th.

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Posted by Adam- Surviving the Golden Age on 07.31.19 0 Comments Article Link

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Instant Empire Premieres "Mind the Gap"

Instant Empire’s new track Mind the Gap is based on a BBC story. It tells the story of Dr. Margaret McCollum reconnecting with her late husband, whose voice recording of the Tube warning was phased out and finally only played at London’s Embankment Station. Listen and learn more at Surviving the Golden Age

Whitewash Video Premieres at Surviving the Golden Age

Whitewash is gearing up for their upcoming LP Shibboleth, and our friends at Surviving the Golden Age just premiered the video for their single “Dissociative Episode.”

Check out the video and the kind words Surviving the Golden Age had to say!

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