The Sitcom
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The Sitcom

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period.point.decimal. [EP] (2005)
The Sitcom [EP] (2006)
New Full Length Album TBA (2009)



Avoiding the many pitfalls of the modern mainstream emerges a pop band with such originality, energy and effort-ridden songwriting that it is instantly a Canadian classic. The Sitcom, an Ontario-based indie-pop rock band, comes to the table with the promise of constantly-evolving music. In the time the band has been together, they have managed to capture audiences with their unique style of happy-inspired cynicism. With the demented lyrics of singer Torren Sylvain over top of the melodic guitar work of Brian Wirth and Mike Ivanco, they create a catchy-yet-bizarre combination. Drummer Brent Wirth and band newcomer/bassist Ty Howie back the band with well thought out grooves that provide the band with a solid foundation. Their 2005 EP release "period!point!decimal!" was a huge hit and included such instant classics as "From Ottawa" and "Sorrow in Pavement". While the lightheartedness remains, The Sitcom is currently pursuing a darker sound, marked by haunting melodies and eerie dissonances, which is epitomized by songs like "Music Makers" and the image filled "How a French Girl Rolls". Fans of The Sitcom value the band because of their continuous effort to keep things fresh by never adhering to a specific style of music. Currently in the studio putting the final touches on their ten song full-length album, the band hopes to emerge from obscurity and bring their music to the forefront of the Canadian music industry.