Bonsound is proud to welcome Antony Carle to our label roster. Today, the singer-songwriter unveils But You, Everybody Is, the first single off his debut EP to be released in 2019. The powerful and sensual ballad was produced by Ouri, with whom he has developed a friendship that goes beyond their musical affinity. With its DIY aesthetic and cold lighting, the video - which was directed and edited by Antony - perfectly translates the themes evoked in But You, Everybody Is. The song is out now on all music services.
But You, Everybody Is showcases Antony’s silky voice, and is wrapped in oneiric synths and unusual sounds. The single’s lyrics are as personal as they are universal, tackling the quest of identity and the journey towards self-realisation. The song stresses the importance of being in control of your own fate and being aware of your own power, explains Antony Carle.
Antony Carle is a Montreal-based, classically-trained singer who started making music when he was 18 years old with producer Pomo as the duo Nouvel Âge, before undertaking a solo career. Performing as a soloist allowed him to unleash the whole of his talents and to express himself the way he’d always desired. Antony Carle’s music reflects the realities faced by today’s queer artists, but also the boldness and pride entwined with his identity. His poetry and music are inspired by the nightclub scene, his rebel friends, faded love affairs and current social injustices.
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One year to the day after the release of his single Black for you, Christian Sean offers a new glimpse of his art with his double single release Heavy Focus. Heavy Focus features Suez and These Eyes, two songs with unique electronic vibes and interlinked themes.
Suez and These Eyes are available on all digital platforms today.
You can also stream them via YouTube HERE and HERE.
The two singles were composed by Christian and recorded at Planet Studios and Ohm Studios during the summer of 2017. They showcase the artist’s unique vocals embraced by his signature orchestral-soul pop.
Christian Sean recently performed at M for Montreal festival where he played his anthemic pop (Brooklyn Vegan). His debut album will be out autumn 2019.
This autumn was a turning point for Les Louanges. Named Breakthrough artist of the year at the GAMIQ awards last Sunday, the young singer-songwriter won over critics and audiences with the release of his debut album, described in VOIR as possibly one of the best Quebec albums this season. Today, he presents a music video for his title track La nuit est une panthère, directed by Pablo Escobar Tuduri (Martine aimait les films) and featuring himself and dancer Cassandre Émanuel.
Les Louanges will head off to France next week for a series of five dates in Rennes during the Trans Musicales festival and another stop in Paris at the Pop-Up du Label. Visit his website for all his tour dates.
11/29/18 Lévis, QC // L'Anglicane (SOLD OUT)
12/05-09/18 Rennes, FR // Théâtre L'Aire Libre (Trans Musicales - Opening act of Aloïse Sauvage)
12/12/18 Paris, FR // Le Pop-Up du Label
01/17/19 Ste-Thérèse, QC // Bar Le Cha Cha
01/19/19 L'Assomption, QC // Théâtre Hector-Charland (Opening act of Philippe Brach)
01/26/19 La Baie, QC // Bistro Café Summum
02/02/19 Lavaltrie, QC // Café Culturel de la Chasse-Galerie
02/22/19 Montreal, QC // MTELUS (Opening act of Ariane Moffatt)
02/23/19 Gatineau, QC // Le Petit Chicago
03/22/19 Quebec city, QC // Impérial Bell (Opening act of Ariane Moffatt)
06/13/19 Drummondville, QC // Maison des arts Desjardins - Studio EGR
06/18/19 Montreal, QC // Club Soda (Francos de Montréal festival)
Congrats to Milk & Bone and Les Louanges for winning the Artist of the Year and Breakthrough Artist of the Year Awards respectively at this year's GAMIQ.
Congrats also to all the artists nominated this year!
Recently signed to Bonsound, Flying Hórses announces Reverie, her sophomore album, due out on February 22, 2019 and now available to pre-order.
This is a heartbreak record, everyone has one. If popstars can have them, so can composers, explains Jade Bergeron, the Canadian behind the Flying Hórses moniker. I think we’re finally in a place where it’s okay to talk about the heavy stuff. It isn’t as necessary to have a filter on the darkness, like we used to. My records are generally a reflection of where I am personally. That said; I didn’t want to the music to bring listeners down. The silver lining being that; you can always wake up from a bad dream.
Watch the video for Sorg Sea, filmed on location in Iceland and directed by Timothee Lambrecq. Sorg Sea was released as a short film which also fits within Reverie’s narrative. It is now being offered as a song in two parts (Sorg Sea I and Sorg Sea II), and are, for the first time, available on all streaming services.
Loïc April shares a music video for the song Le silex qui aimait trop le froid before his upcoming performance at M for Montreal. The video was directed by production company DAVAI and was shot primarily using a handheld camera. The story follows a young man traveling through Montreal on his skateboard at a furious pace while remembering difficult moments in his life.
Watch and share the video for Le silex qui aimait trop le froid via YouTube.
Loïc April’s album is available now on all digital platforms.
In addition to his showcase as part of M for Montreal on November 17th at Quai des brumes, Loïc will be at Bars en Trans in Rennes on December 6th at the Penny Lane.
After taking a few months off, Dead Obies are back with Run Away, the first single off their upcoming third studio album, DEAD., to be released on February 15th, 2019 via Bonsound. Run Away is a return to our initial instincts with a more solemn perspective in the lyrics that reflects our current state of mind, explain Dead Obies. On the new track, producer VNCE CARTER’s arrangements compliment the live instrumentations recorded by Jean-Michel Frédéric (keys) and Mark Alan Haynes (bass). The empowering piano chords round out the 4 MCs’ (Joe Rocca, 20some, Snail Kid and Ogee Rodman) fully developed skills.
Run Away is accompanied by a video, directed by Romain F. Dubois, which follows a teenager who refuses to return home. Watch and share the video for Run Away via YouTube.
The single is out now on all music platforms.
The 13-date DEAD. Tour kicks off on February 28th, 2019 in Chicoutimi, and culminates in Montreal on April 26th at MTELUS. See dates below or on deadobies.com.
28/02/19 Chicoutimi, QC // Bistro Café Summum
01/03/19 Quebec City, QC // Impérial Bell
15/03/19 Trois-Rivières, QC // Cabaret de l'Amphithéâtre Cogeco
16/03/19 Gatineau, QC // Minotaure
21/03/19 Joliette, QC // Salle Rolland-Brunelle
22/03/19 Rimouski, QC // Salle Desjardins-Telus
23/03/19 Rivière-du-Loup, QC // La P'tite Grenouille
29/03/19 Sherbrooke, QC // Théâtre Granada
30/03/19 Laval, QC // Annexe 3
12/04/19 Brossard, QC // Le Club DIX30
13/04/19 Sainte-Thérèse, QC // Cabaret BMO
19/04/19 Saint-Lazare, QC // Bar Chez Maurice
26/04/19 Montreal, QC // MTELUS
Following a tour in Europe last September, Milk & Bone will return to the other side of the Atlantic for a few concerts in December. The duo, who was nominated at this year’s ADISQ Gala for Anglophone Album of the Year, now shares a video for their latest single BBBLUE (Summertime Sadness Edit), off their Polaris Long-Listed sophomore album Deception Bay. 'Cause I’m baby blue / I wish I was your baby too, Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne sing on the chorus of this ode to a hopeless love.
Directed by Soleil Denault, the video references the colour blue from the song’s lyrics. The director offers a reinvented romantic approach, where solitude and technology overlap one another.
Milk & Bone will headline the MTELUS on November 16th for the first time as part of M for Montreal.
02/11/18 Sherbrooke, QC // Théâtre Granada
03/11/18 Frelighsburg, QC // Beat & Betterave (SOLD-OUT)
08/11/18 Saint-David-de-Falardeau, QC // Imago Village (Yourte Fest)
09/11/18 Chicoutimi, QC // Bistro Café Summum
10/11/18 Quebec City, QC // Impérial Bell
16/11/18 Montreal, QC // MTELUS (M for Montreal)
17/11/18 Gatineau, QC // Le Minotaure (SOLD-OUT)
21/11/18 Charlottetown, PE // The Mack
22/11/18 Halifax, NS // Seahorse Tavern
23/11/18 Moncton, NB // Tide & Boar
24/11/18 Fredericton, NB // The Capital Complex
04/12/18 Paris, FR // La Bellevilloise (Aurores Montréal)
06/12/18 Stockholm, SE // Lilla Hotellbaren
08/12/18 Stuttgart, DE // Wouahou Winterdor Festival
11/12/18 Amsterdam, NL // Sugar Factory Small Hall
10/04/19 Gaspé, QC // Salle de spectacle de Gaspé
20/04/19 Lac-Brome, QC // Théâtre Lac-Brome
24/04/19 Longueuil, QC // Théâtre de la Ville - Salle Jean-Louis-Millette
After collaborating with the visual artist Pascal Grandmaison for his Autoportrait (sans lunettes) video, Philippe B invited another artist, Léna Mill-Reuillard, whose practice is based around photography research, to interpret his song Anywhere. The result falls midway between photography and video. Anywhere, which features vocals by Milk & Bone’s Laurence Lafond-Beaulne, is off Philippe B’s fifth album La grande nuit vidéo, released a little over a year ago.
Philippe B will perform his brand new show, Philippe B & The Alphabet, in Montreal on Thursday, November 8th at Club Soda, during the Coup de coeur francophone festival. The singer-songwriter will step onto the stage with a rock orchestra for this unique concert, which includes a rhythmic section, a brass section, guitars, keyboards and back vocalists. Philippe B will revisit his catalogue, backed by nine musicians, while keeping his favourite instrument, the guitar, front and center.