Grenadine Records

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Grenadine Records
FoundedMarch 1999 (March 1999)
FounderEric Y. Lapointe and Alex Megelas
Distributor(s)FAB Distribution
Scratch Distribution
Carrot Top Records
Revolver Music, No Records
Country of originCanada
LocationMontreal, Quebec

Grenadine Records was an independent record label based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The music label was founded in 1997 by Eric Y. Lapointe and Alex Megelas who met at Bishop's University's radio station CJMQ-FM.

The label, initially named Bittersweet Records, released two 7" vinyl records and then changed its name in 1999 when a New York City-based label of the same name was discovered.[1] The label was officially announced as Grenadine Records as of March 1999 along with its first CD release Syrup & Gasoline Vol.1 which was a compilation of bands from across Canada. The label's tagline of "Timeless Pop Attitude" reflected the label's interest in a variety of pop music with sometimes earlier influences.[2]

As part of its commitment to a range of musical expressions, the label released albums in both English and French.[3]


The following artists have released albums with Grenadine Records:

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  1. ^ "indieville: label spotlight: franklin castle". Retrieved 2021-01-25.
  2. ^ "The Rock and Roll Report Record Label of The Week: Grenadine Records – The Rock and Roll Report". Retrieved 2021-01-25.
  3. ^ "Grenadine Records". Retrieved 2021-01-25.

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