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Vision –Inertia lp

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Influenced by moody British pop and alternative rock, but infused with the energy and edgy passion of punk, Vision are a band from Los Angeles, California led by singer and guitarist Christopher Valer and drummer Phillip Dominick (who is also Valer’s brother). The siblings were originally from Santa Fe Springs, California, but they grew frustrated with the town’s lackluster music scene and moved to East Los Angeles in hopes of being heard. Vision were formed in 2011 and soon began playing backyard parties, which were plentiful in East L.A. neighbourhoods on Friday and Saturday nights. In 2012, Valer and Dominick cut a demo tape (with Valer handling lead guitar, rhythm guitar, and bass) that they submitted to Burger Records, the noted indie label based in Fullerton, California; the staff at Burger were powerfully impressed with the tape, and immediately arranged to release it as an EP, simply titled Vision. The band kept playing out as often as possible, with Benjamin Nastase on bass and a variety of second guitarists, though the official line-up was still just Valer and Dominick. Vision began earning positive attention from the Los Angeles music press; Art Tavana in LA Weekly called them “the local band with more soul in their war-torn Chucks than an entire band of surfers embracing faux-poverty while collecting vintage tube amps,” while the blog It’s Psychedelic, Baby! wrote, “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.” In September of 2015 the band finally released their long-awaited debut album, titled Inertia.

Track list:
1. What I Need
2. You Should Know
3. Inneraction
4. You Are
5. Control
6. She Can’t Be Wrong
7. Over Me
8. New Way
9. Discern
10. Endless Flow

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Label

Burger Records

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Catalogue Number

BRGR734