Québec Social Club

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Québec Social Club

Year: 2018
Producer: François Dubé
Genre: Entertainment

Québec Social Club invites viewers to discover promising English-speaking artists from Quebec City’s music scene. Each episode presents an intimate encounter with the artists during a show or in everyday life. It is a one of a kind occasion to discover these up and coming artists.

Episodes

Episode 1

Québec Social Club invites viewers to discover promising English-speaking artists from Quebec City’s music scene. The Floes: The creators of Floes’ music take on a director’s approach. They set themselves apart by adhering to a surgical-like creative process during which nothing is left to chance. Both rousing and introspective, the music of Floes evokes moments of nostalgia. 

Episode 2

Gaspard Eden is a Canadian singer-songwriter. As an introspective artistic endeavor derived, for the most part, from Eden’s own life experience, the soft and smooth tones of his music give way to a sense of intimacy that calls to mind profoundly felt inspirations. As much as the project’s palette of classical and organic influences tends toward minimalism, the spirit of songwriting is undeniably kept well-alive and on the foreground.

Episode 3

Blaze Velluto is this troubadour of the stormy hearts, draped in navy and burgundy velvet. Weatherman, the first result from this project, was self-released in the spring of 2017 and is re-edited in February 2018 by Dare To Care Records.

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