Bangor Records

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Bangor Records
Founded 2005 (2005)
Founder Sophie Trudeau
Genre Alternative rock, indie
Country of origin  Canada
Location Montreal, Quebec
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Bangor Records is an independent record label based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The music label was founded in 2005 by Sophie Trudeau. Trudeau is a violinist for notable post-rock groups, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt. Zion, whom she helped create with fellow Godspeed You! Black Emperor band members Efrim Menuck and Thierry Amar.

The record label currently has three bands: The Mile End Ladies String Auxiliary, Diebold, and Strobes. The label's first released album, cataloged as BANG001 and released on June 2005, was the debut album of The Mile End Ladies String Auxiliary called, From Cells of Roughest Air.

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