Audiogram (label)

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Audiogram
Audiogram logo.png
Founded 1980s (1980s)
Country of origin Canada
Location Montreal, Quebec
Official website www.audiogram.com

Audiogram is an independent record label founded in Quebec in the 1980s. The label represents performers who have contributed to and have marked Quebec's cultural scene. In the 1990s, Audiogram became home to many of the top local French artists and in 1993 expanded into the English-speaking Canadian market with Montreal rock group Gogh Van Go.[1] By 1997, Audiogram had a full slate of multicultural and multilingual releases.[2]

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Other names associated with Audiogram include:

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  1. ^ Brendan, Kelly (30 January 1993). "Behind the Scenes in Quebec: 'Les Power Brokers'". Billboard. p. C5. Audiogram is home to many of the top local French artists -- including Michel Rivard, Seguin and Jean Leloup -- and it is now expanding into the English-speaking Canadian market with Montreal rock group Gogh Van Go. 
  2. ^ Brendan, Kelly (May 12, 1997). "Audiogram widens horizons: Montreal-based label bringing non-pure-laine performers on to its roster". Montreal Gazette. p. E1. But Audiogram has gone multicultural and multilingual in 1997 with a series of surprising and intriguing releases. 

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