Here are 10 Quebec albums planned for 2023

Which Quebec artists have been at work for months preparing for new releases in 2023? Here are ten of them, which we have selected for you.

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Jonathan Roy

Photo provided by Jay Kearney

Life DistortionsJanuary 27

Since swapping his goalie stick for a guitar, Jonathan Roy has been gaining new followers with his pop-rock melodies. With Life Distortionshe hopes to strike a blow.


ZayonFebruary 17

FouKi took advantage of the pandemic to settle at the top of the Quebec rap pyramid. This new album, one of the most anticipated productions of 2023, should consolidate its place.

Ingrid St-Pierre

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queensFebruary 24

No respite for Ingrid. After the very beautiful instrumental parenthesis that was the album Ludmilaone of our most touching authors will waltz words and music on queens.

Thierry Larose

Title and date to be confirmed

One of our young talents to watch closely, Thierry Larose, was revealed when he became the youngest winner (23 years old) of the Prix de la chanson SOCAN, in 2021, thanks to his title The lovers of Pompeii.

Alexandra Stréliski

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Title and date to be confirmed

Listening to the touching first extract The Hillsone thing is clear: the gifted pianist has not lost the touch that allowed her to emerge from anonymity when she launched the phenomenal INSCAPEin 2018.

Half Moon Run

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Title and date to be confirmed

The Montreal trio teams up with Connor Seidel, a young director that Quebec artists are snapping up. It will be interesting to see what will result from this artistic encounter.

Krystel Mongeau

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Title and date to be confirmed

win at Star Academy, it’s great, but Krystel Mongeau’s real challenge will be to live up to expectations on record. To get there, she takes the road of the new country. Possible publication this winter.

Ginette Reno

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Title and date to be confirmed

Surprise, one of our most powerful voices from Quebec has confirmed his return to the studio with a view to an album which could be released as early as 2023. According to our spies, the rapper Funky would not, however, be one of the collaborators.

Emile Bilodeau

At the bar of hopesdate to be confirmed

Who has had a more productive pandemic than Émile Bilodeau? After Small type (2021) and All alone like a grown-up (2022), the hyper-active songwriter will release a third album in three years around the fall.


Title and date to be confirmed

A decade after the album In the middle of my gapthe star of the culinary brand Three times per day is ready to present us with the new music she cooked with Fred St-Gelais.


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