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Survival Guide

Exclusive Album Stream: Survival Guide - Way to Go

The Bay Area based band, Survival Guide, whose music falls somewhere between indie rock and electronic music, touched with descriptive, storytelling lyrics and strong vocals is giving The Deli SF the lovely opportunity to stream their brand new debut album, Way To Go! Musician Emily Whitehurst, who has recently been featured in the Deli as a collaborator on the Bay Area singer/songwriter Travis Hayes' recent EP, is making strides of her own as vocalist and keyboardist of Survival Guide.

The album is brave and paints broad brush strokes of electronic, pulsing instrumental overtures and heavy beats. Way to Go goes on the fringe of alternative music to share a melting pot of disco, pop and indie rock genre influences. The music is exciting because the band clearly has no regard for what's happening on the radio or even in the local clubs.

You can celebrate the release of the Way To Go at Neck of the Woods:
5/22 - San Francisco, CA @ Neck of the Woods (Album Release Show)

"I am excited, relieved and proud to be releasing this full-length record. In a music world where there's so much emphasis on the individual song, I truly believe in the importance of a collection of music that's pieced together artfully to convey a journey of emotions. I've experienced nearly every emotion in the making of this record, and I hope it shows.” - Emily Whitehurst

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The Lower 48 Album Release Show w/ The French Cassettes and Survival Guide at Bottom of the Hill TONIGHT

Bottom of the Hill will be hosting an eclectic line up tonight for The Lower 48 album release show TONIGHT. This band takes sounds from the 60s flower power era, and puts a modern twist on them with a more contemporary rock sound. The French Cassettes will be headlining the show. This band just released their new album, Gold Youth this past summer and are coveted musical group in the indie rock scene. Their sound is poppy, happy and would fit in on summer playlist. Survival Guide, which features members from Tsunami Bomb and The Action Design infuses electronic music, dreampop, and indie all into one concoction of experimental melodies and encapsulating female vocals.

Make sure you make it out tonight! -Victor Casillas Valle  


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