The Evpatoria Report

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The Evpatoria Report
Background information
Genres Post-rock
Years active 2002–2008 (Hiatus)[1]
Labels Shayo Records
Members Laurent Quint, Simon, Dilo, Fabrice, Daniel Bacsinszky

The Evpatoria Report is a Swiss post-rock band. The band was formed in January 2002, and it consists of two guitars, a bass, drums, a violin, and a keyboard. The Evpatoria Report have played concerts in Paris and toured throughout Switzerland, playing with bands such as Red Sparowes, The Appleseed Cast, and Mono.



  • The Evpatoria Report [Demo, 2003]
  • Golevka [CD, 2005]
  • Maar [CD, 2008]

Band name[edit]

70-m aerial P-2500 (RT-70 radio telescope) in Yevpatoria.

The band name comes from the Ukrainian city Yevpatoria (sometimes romanized as Evpatoria), where there is a parabolic antenna RT-70 (P-2500) which sends messages into space (A Message From Earth, Cosmic Call) that try to describe human life (the "Evpatoria message").[2]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ According to their Myspace page, the band is on a long term vacation since the Maar disc release.
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