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Canadian instrumental band, formed in the spring of 2007 in Toronto in most usual post-rock format : two guitarists, bassist and drummer.

The band played its first show that summer with notable Boston post-rock bands Caspian and Junius, followed by several shows in Toronto and southern Ontario with the likes of Nadja, Holoscene, and Proeliis Fere. Epigram?s melodic, experimental sound and engaging live performances, often featuring violinist Julie Lee, established them a solid fan base that continues to grow.

Their debut album "Anything That Comes to Mind" was independently released on October 24, 2008 and features a guest appearance by Julie Lee (violin). The band celebrated the release with a sold out show at The Boat in downtown Toronto.

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Anything that comes to mind
Epigram Post Rock/Math rock

Review by snobb
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3 stars The debut album of Canadian quartet Epigram is competent post-rock work. Instrumental melodic and acoustic compositions are not too short and not too long. Songs all have some sad atmosphere and cool breeze included, with calculated heavier guitar interplays.

Album is quite strong for the debut work and sounds on the level of some their more known US colleagues. So, if you're in post-rock, possibly you will like this album as well. The problem however is the same as with many other post-rock bands: the band hardly have personal style, and listening of many similar instrumental compositions at once could be sometimes boring.

Thanks to snobb for the artist addition.

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