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Indica Records

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Indica Records is an independent Canadian record label based in Montreal, Quebec.[1] It was founded by members of rock band Grim Skunk in 1997 following the bankruptcy of the band's former label Cargo Records.[2][3]

At first the label supported only GrimSkunk's music but later expanded to support and release music for other bands, including punk, rock, metal, alternative, world music, indie and pop rock, electronic and hip-hop from Quebec and elsewhere.[2] [3] Artists have included Les Trois Accords,[2][4] Priestess,[2] The Franklin Electric,[5] Vulgaires Machins,[3][2] La Voix runner up Colin Moore[6][7],Caracol,[8] Half Moon Run,[1] Misteur Valaire,[1] Australian acts The Cat Empire,[2][9] John Butler, Kim Churchill[10][9] and French acts such Anaïs and La Ruda Salska.[3]

The label relies on live performances to build an audience. Artists are require to tour frequently.[8]


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  7. Lebeuf, Frédéric (23 February 2019). "Colin Moore, un exemple parfait de persévérance - #ARP". ARP.média (in français). Retrieved 2020-02-08. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
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  10. "Voyage émotionnel avec Kim Churchill". Le Droit (in français). 2019-11-23. Retrieved 2020-02-08.

See also[edit]

  • List of record labels
  • List of Quebec record labels
  • List of Quebec musicians
  • Music of Quebec
  • Culture of Quebec

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