Canadian and Quebecois artist Patrice Michaud has released a new single entitled La Grande Évasion (the great escape). The song is about a journey through life, a metaphor for wanting to get away, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Patrice Michaud wrote and composed La Grande Évasion. The music is French Pop/Folk. The guitar and the piano complement the … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Patrice Michaud – La Grande Évasion
Canadian and Quebecoise artist Sally Folk has a new single Les Amourettes (Small love stories). The song talks about superficial relationships as well as pointless flings. The music is Pop combined with Disco and Psychedelic sounds. The vibe is the late 60s / early 70s, similar to Woodstock. The beat is fantastic, with a mix of the … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Sally Folk – Les Amourettes
Canadian and Quebecoise artist Sydney has released her first single entitled Is That OK. It tells the story from a teen's perspective, questioning what acceptable behaviour on social media is. The music is a combination of Pop and R&B. It parallels to Drake's works such as Hotline Bling. The song has a catchy beat with a wavy rhythm that … Continue reading First Single Fridays: Sydney – Is That Ok?
Canadian and Quebecois singer Jonny Arsenault has released his first EP entitled Nos Félures Précieuses (Our precious imperfections). The themes are love and heartbreak. The music is Country and French Pop. The instruments heard throughout the EP are the guitar, the harmonica, and the piano. The song Trop Tard (Too late) has a mix of slow and fast beats … Continue reading First EP Fridays: Jonny Arsenault – Nos Félures Précieuses
Canadian and Québécoise singer Ginette Reno has released a new single entitled Ça Va Bien Aller (It's going to be okay). The song is about remaining hopeful during a pandemic, in this the COVID-19 one. The music is French Pop with some classical music. The rhythm is uplifting and soothing that brings calm in a difficult time. … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Ginette Reno – Ça va bien aller