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[CCP Interview]: Young Galaxy on Making Connections through Myspace, Being Influenced by Bowie, and Subverting Expectations of Live Shows

Montreal-based synthpop act Young Galaxy have been busy the last decade, generating an impressive amount of work and creative output that has manifested in the form of five albums, including their latest, … 1,455 more words


Young Galaxy - “Swing Your Heartache”

It was nearly a decade ago, but once upon a time, these Montreal-based electro-poppers were a rock outfit—a soulful one, at that. Their first two albums had The Besnard Lakes’ Jace Lasek at the helm; Studio’s Dan Lissvik took over from there and the band was reinvented. 30 more words


"Were You Ever A Dreamer?" | New Young Galaxy

Almost there Young Galaxy fans. With a tour on the way, the band has released a little something to tide you over. Their new single,  78 more words

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Stream Young Galaxy's new track "Were You Ever a Dreamer?"

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Young Galaxy, who recently released their fifth album, Falsework, via Paper Bag Records, have released a bonus track from the album entitled “Were You Ever a Dreamer?”. 246 more words


Best Albums of 2015 According to Senior Journalist Andrew Horan

  1. Coeur de Pirate – Roses (Dare to Care Records)
  2. CHVRCHES – Every Open Eye (Glassnote/Virgin/EMI)
  3. Wilco – Star Wars (dBpm)
  4. Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear…
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TBT: Just “Crying My Heart Out” w/ Young Galaxy’s Purple Drag Queen

Montreal-based dreampop trio, Young Galaxy, made a heartbreak theme music video “Crying My Heart Out” with a purple drag queen and Virgin Mary (who can’t beat that?) two years ago – since we’ll be seeing them in two months, we are throwing back this pre-gig appetizer. 165 more words


Young Galaxy - Falsework - Album Review

Paper Bag Records

By Andrew Horan

Montreal’s Young Galaxy‘s latest album isn’t much of a departure from their previous two outings. Falsework finds the band fully embracing the synth-pop sound that they have grown into over the course of three releases. 234 more words

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