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Louis Robitaille
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Louis Robitaille

If the Quebec music scene is currently going through such an exhilarating period, it is thanks to talented and versatile creators such as Félix Petit (aka FELP).

In addition to making a name for himself by working closely with some of the most brilliant Quebec artists of our time (Les Louanges, Hubert Lenoir, Safia Nolin) and by creating soundtracks for TV series and movies (Les Fourchettes, Love & Lajoie), the producer and multi-instrumentalist now also takes on the role of a beatmaker and composer for his solo project.

Born in 1990 in Besançon, France, Félix Petit moved to Montreal at the age of 18 to attend a jazz interpretation program at university. After founding the Dondepiano collective, he went on to showcase an audacious blend of hip-hop, jazz, soul and electronic music on the two self-produced EPs, Étendu jouer (2015) and Chocolop (2017).

Bringing together a number of talented collaborators, FELP's debut full-length album will be released later this year on Bonsound.

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