Bravo Musique

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Bravo Musique is a Canadian independent record label. Based in Montreal, the label was founded in 2000 by Éli Bissonnette and Hugo Mudie as Dare to Care Records.

Artists who have released material on Bravo Musique or Dare to Care include CLAASS, Cœur de pirate, Malajube, We Are Wolves, Les Georges Leningrad, Pawa Up First, Yesterday's Ring, Armistice and The Sainte Catherines, Ellemetue, Feu Doux, Fontarabie, Hanorah, Kandle, KROY, Lake of Stew, Les Marmottes Aplaties, Sevens Project, Socalled, Stereo Total, The Blaze Velluto Collection, and The Last Assassins, while artists on Grosse Boîte include Les Appendices, Maude Audet, Bernard Adamus, Bertrand Belin, Émile Bilodeau, Fanny Bloom, Lou-Adriane Cassidy, Canailles, Cœur de pirate, Evelyne Brochu, Fred Fortin/Gros Mené, Catherine Leduc, Jérôme 50,[1] Tricot Machine, La Patère Rose, Le Husky, Jacquemort, Avec pas d'casque, Les Sœurs Boulay, Jimmy Hunt (/Chocolat) and Jean Leloup, Simon Laganière and Mon Doux Saigneur.

Bravo Musique has also released compilation albums under its former name of Dare to Care Records: the Montreal Spirit compilation which included the Saint-Catherines, Fifth Hour Hero, ...And the Saga Continues, Insurgent and Self-Made Man, as well as the Early Summer Campfire Songs compilation which showcased artists including Dashboard Confessional, the Kingpins and the Lawrence Arms.

In January 2021, the musician Béatrice Martin, known for her music released as Cœur de pirate, purchased the label from its founder Éli Bissonnette, and now acts as its president and artistic director.[2] Bissonnette had stepped down amid accusations of fostering a toxic workplace, and disregarding allegations of sexual abuse directed against former label artist Bernard Adamus.[3] In February 2021, Martin announced that the label would be rebranded as Bravo Musique to acknowledge the successes of its artists.[4][5]

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  1. ^ https://voir.ca/nouvelles/actualite-musicale/2018/06/08/jerome-50-signe-avec-grosse-boite/. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ Gregory, Allie (13 January 2021). "Coeur de pirate Buys Dare to Care Records Following Abuse Scandal". Exclaim!. Archived from the original on 2021-01-13. Retrieved 2021-09-10.
  3. ^ Kappler, Maija (19 July 2020). "A Me Too Reckoning Is On In Quebec, But The Rest Of Canada Has Barely Noticed". Huffington Post. Archived from the original on 2020-07-20. Retrieved 2021-09-10.
  4. ^ Slingerland, Calum (22 February 2021). "Dare to Care Records Rebrands as Bravo Musique". Exclaim!. Archived from the original on 2021-02-22. Retrieved 2021-09-10.
  5. ^ El-Soueidi, Yara (30 April 2021). "How Coeur de pirate Found Her Voice After Vocal Cord Surgery". Exclaim!. Archived from the original on 2021-04-30. Retrieved 2021-09-10.

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