The Vinyl District features Extravision

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Other than losing my dongle daily or Siri misunderstanding my song request, it’s amazing how effortless it is to listen to “Pink and White” by Frank Ocean several times a day whenever I want…Convenience is wonderful, but vinyl is powerful.

Check out The Vinyl District for Extravision’s thoughts on the vinyl renaissance in this First Date feature.

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Earbuddy premieres Extravision’s “The Dark Where I Could Only Hear” music video

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Earbuddy premieres the new music video from Extravision!

With Extravision, Stier creates sprawling, psychedelic songs that utilize 12-string guitar, synthesized drone loops, drum machines, and warm electric guitar. Extravision recently released its debut album, Waking Up, where Stier explores themes of death, overcoming fears, and beautiful simplicities. Today, Earbuddy premieres the music video for the album’s longest song, “The Dark Where I Could Only Hear”. It’s a journey that lasts over seven minutes, but it’s definitely one worth taking.

PopMatters premieres “Fear of Missing Out” by Extravision

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PopMatters premieres Extravision’s newest single “The Fear of Missing Out”!

I began to focus on big-picture realizations I was having…such as…recognizing and overcoming conditioned fears I had built up for my first 28 years. This song came from wanting to think about death in a pleasant way, what I imagine might happen when we die and realizing that everyone in my life, friend and enemy, is important in my growth as a human.

Extravision premieres first single from debut full length ‘Waking Up’

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Extravision is preparing to release their debut album Waking Up on February 16th!

Vents Magazine premiered the first single, “Moments of Clarity,” praising its “sweet classic textures…[and] haunting vocals.”

Like much of the album, ‘Moments of Clarity’ is about death. Biologically, it’s important to fear death and to dial in survival. Spiritually, I began to realize that death is a healthy thing to think about and that it will be okay to have been forgotten, “to become dirt and give back while there is time.” This song is an ode to letting my mind wonder what the hell is going on here, and to remind myself that everything will be okay, whatever it is. — Extravision

Glide Magazine premieres Cryptids After Dark’s debut album

Glide Magazine premieres the new debut album from Cryptids After Dark!

“With ‘Some Distant Light’ Cryptids After Dark mix elements of synth pop, new wave and ‘shoegaze’ with 60s influenced jangle pop.”

Some Distant Light is out this Friday on Hibernator Gigs, but you can stream the whole album now!