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Burger Records Caravan Of Stars

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The LA-based band have been influenced by everything from Brit Pop to Nirvana's classic Nevermind, yet they have a sound all their own. Vision are a band that are truly loyal to the craft, working and sweating until the best product is done. Get to know Christopher Valer and the guys of Vision below. —Maddie

Amidst a million bands that are trying to sound like they come from some other time or place Vision is doing their own thing a million miles away. While it may at times sound like a combination of late 80’s and early 90’s rock ‘n’ roll and some sweet traditional Britpop and psych influences thrown in for good measure, there’s so much at work here that Vision not only manage to escape the traps of reliving the past - but they’re pushing those familiar sounds into a new and experimental framework. Each song has a palpable life of it’s own, a unique experience wrapped into a three-minute slice of thought; a snapshot of the shared mind of Vision at that particular moment. Hypnotic melodies and entrancing rhythms intermingle with the raucous, distorted guitar bouncing and jangling in the midst of the feedback and delay creating a psychedelic landscape of colors, sounds and vibrations. Subtle vocals croon and hover above a din of sound and noise, with distortion, feedback, reverb and echo all intermingling to create a harmonious, shimmering musical ephemera. After a cassette EP on Burger Records that sold out in a quickness Vision is back at it again, working on their debut full-length album of Britpop influenced alt-rock grunge. For lack of a better term the band has a lot of vision and purpose, and as seriously as they take their music, I was extremely interested to not only hear what was happening with the album, but to learn where this band came from. It’s a pleasure to be able to finally share my in-depth exploration of the band with you all here, there’s a SoundCloud link to the sold-out EP, which you can still digitally purchase, below, so take advantage; kick back with some tunes and read the story of a truly intriguing band.
The LA-based band have been influenced by everything from Brit Pop to Nirvana's classic Nevermind, yet they have a sound all their own. Vision are a band that are truly loyal to the craft, working and sweating until the best product is done. Get to know Christopher Valer and the guys of Vision below. —Maddie

Amidst a million bands that are trying to sound like they come from some other time or place Vision is doing their own thing a million miles away. While it may at times sound like a combination of late 80’s and early 90’s rock ‘n’ roll and some sweet traditional Britpop and psych influences thrown in for good measure, there’s so much at work here that Vision not only manage to escape the traps of reliving the past - but they’re pushing those familiar sounds into a new and experimental framework. Each song has a palpable life of it’s own, a unique experience wrapped into a three-minute slice of thought; a snapshot of the shared mind of Vision at that particular moment. Hypnotic melodies and entrancing rhythms intermingle with the raucous, distorted guitar bouncing and jangling in the midst of the feedback and delay creating a psychedelic landscape of colors, sounds and vibrations. Subtle vocals croon and hover above a din of sound and noise, with distortion, feedback, reverb and echo all intermingling to create a harmonious, shimmering musical ephemera. After a cassette EP on Burger Records that sold out in a quickness Vision is back at it again, working on their debut full-length album of Britpop influenced alt-rock grunge. For lack of a better term the band has a lot of vision and purpose, and as seriously as they take their music, I was extremely interested to not only hear what was happening with the album, but to learn where this band came from. It’s a pleasure to be able to finally share my in-depth exploration of the band with you all here, there’s a SoundCloud link to the sold-out EP, which you can still digitally purchase, below, so take advantage; kick back with some tunes and read the story of a truly intriguing band.
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