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photos from musideum + an upcoming release!


A few weeks ago Chad Linsley and I played at Musideum in Toronto. It’s a beautiful space and I’m so happy to finally be able to post some photos from the show on my blog.

For those of you who were at one of the concerts on the tour, you know that Chad and I hope to one day record a studio album of the material we presented. In the mean time I’m thinking about releasing a digital live album of the concert at Musideum! I’m not 100% sure if I’m going to release the whole concert, only part of it, or only a few songs, but the wheels are definitely turning on a new release.

Keep your eyes peeled because it will soon be available on CD Baby, iTunes, Spotify and more. How many of you buy your music digitally these days? Are you holding out for my next physical album? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.



musideum1Photos by Donald Quan, edited by me.


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Renée is a queer, non-binary, disabled, and chronically ill creator based in Montreal. They are a singer, songwriter, pianist, YouTuber, and Periscoper. They are currently a student of jazz studies at Mcgill University and a freelance vocal coach for young and emerging singers.


  1. gardencatt

    I like the physical CDs myself. I’m so glad you had a good tour and that I got to hear your new material/show.

  2. I buy most of my music digitally now, because i like to make playlists on my ipod and in reality, i don’t listen to alot of music on my CD player anymore… But if I’m at a concert and the artist is selling CDs, I like to buy them right there & then (the physical one) – (1) so I don’t forget (it happens! not on purpose), (2) so the musician reaps all the benefit of the sale (in case there’s a fee that is paid to iTunes or a physical music store), and (3) just so the musician feels good! It’s great to see people buying / loving your stuff! iTunes doesn’t give us this relationship. (PS: I love this photo of you!)

  3. Isisisis

    Thanks for this Renée! The photos of the Musideum are lovely! I tend to buy my records half itunes/bandcamp, half physical CD. When I go see a performer live and they have a CD, I always buy that. If you release songs from the show in a digital format, I’ll buy it!

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