This young singersongwriter from Montréal has recently released an impressive album called “La foire et l’ordre” – and afterwards he’s been touring all accross Quebec.
This rapper isn’t scared to sing lyrics that deal with political issues. His success has been quick as he’s been noticed in 2012 and just two year later released his acclaimed first album “J’suis pas né pour un p’tit pain”.
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Fanny Bloom started as a member of the famous Quebecois band La Pathère Rose, which she left in 2011, but didn’t even think about giving up music – she played in the French music festival Les FrancoFolies de Montreal among other. Her second album, “Pan”, came out in 2014 and it includes the outstanding title “La Piscine” (The Swimming Pool”).
Debbie Tebbs is a native of Montreal who produces and play her music – usually described as simply as Synth Pop. She’s been successful as she toured in different continents and her music often appears in commercials. In 2014 she released her 6th EP, “UP!”.
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In 2014, Hôtel Morphée released their second album, “Rêve américain”. They deliver an energetic rock with a pinch of pop and violins that give to the songs an undeniable power.
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Alexandre Désilets – presented earlier on beehype – was a nice suprise in 2014 with his expressive pop. His lyrics talk mainly about love but a dark and difficult one.
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Pierre Kwenders released the most impressive album in Québec in 2014. This Quebecois artist from Congo produces a very rich music where he mixes Afro beats with electro and folk. Don’t wait too much to discover his latest EP out in 2014, “Le dernier Empereur Bantou”.
Pierre Kwenders on Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, www.