The Epigones debut EP out now

Vic Ciampini and Darko Smolcic return from the ashes of The Standalones stronger than ever as The Epigones with their self-titled debut EP.  The release contains 4 hook laden post punk offerings, from majestic to melancholy.

The EP, released on October 15 2019 was recorded, mixed, mastered, and produced by The Epigones at Channel29 Recordings

The Epigones, formed in late 2018, are an Ontario Canada based band comprised of guitarist Vic Ciampini and microphonist/bassist Darko Smolcic. who create an evocative blend of post punk influenced pop songs, infused with lush ambient guitar textures.

Smolcic and Ciampini are seasoned songwriters and live performers having been previous founding members and the 2 songwriters of SAS, The Splinters, Earthmen, and The Standalones.

 

The EP is available as a digital download from:
https://www.theepigones.com/music

https://epigones.bandcamp.com/releases

and from Spotify, iTunes, GooglePlay, etc.

For more information: https://www.theepigones.com

Contact The Epigones at: contact@theepigones.com

THERE ONCE WAS A NOTE / Mike DeAngelis says   -   "...the sound of early “Jangle Rock” infused with post-punk, ambient guitar. That’s a brilliant combination that immediately captures the attention of anyone who fondly remembers that sound, and I’m one of those people. I loved the track I heard, “Waiting For Cake,”within seconds of hearing it.....…take that very specific sound, blend it with a post-punk Guthrie spin on top, and you have a major debut.....you’re going to listen to this E.P. and love it from front to back..."

STANDARD TRACK LISTING

  1. Fall

  2. First Sunday of Your Vacation

  3. Morning Anxiety

  4. Waiting for Cake

RECORDS I LIKE said  -  "Inspired musically (and in the artwork too) by British post-punk bands such as Echo & The Bunnymen, The Sound and The Chameleons to name but a few the self titled debut from Ontario’s The Epigones is a mandatory listen.

The songs highlight and showcase the incredibly strong vocals and the band’s guitar based sound. The way these come together both structurally and melodically is impressive to say the least. Just check these songs out and the way the guitars jangle themselves senseless on First Sunday of Your Vacation is particularity astounding to these ears....."