Alex Nevsky
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Alex Nevsky

Montréal, Quebec, Canada | INDIE

Montréal, Quebec, Canada | INDIE
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- De lune à l'aube (2010) - CD Audiogram
After over 100 shows of his show to support this album, Alex Nevsky went on tour in Thailand and China for the 'Fêtes de la francophonie'. The album had critical and public success, and two songs that widely played in commercial radio across Quebec.

- On leur a fait croire/Tuer le désir (2013) - 7'' vinyl Audiogram

Two-song EP launched on Record Store Day, with three exclusive live performances in indie record stores in Sherbrooke, St-Hyacinthe and Montreal. The A-side On leur a fait croire rapidly went on air in commercial radios across the province of Quebec, and topped the charts for weeks on end at the beginning of October.

-Himalaya mon amour (2013) CD + 12'' vinyl Audiogram



Alex Nevsky signed with Audiogram and released his first record produced by Yann Perreau “De lune à l’aube” in 2010, which brought him two nominations at the ADISQ gala in the prestigious categories Pop-rock album of the year and Revelation of the year. He was named Radio-Canada Music revelation of 2010-2011, and went on tour in Thailand and China with the 16th edition of Fêtes de la francophonie.
In spring 2013, Alex Nevsky was the first Canadian and francophone artist to be a part of the official selection of the Record Store Day. He launched a 7’’ vinyl containing two songs. ‘On leur a fait croire’ rapidly became a staple of commercial radio in the province of Quebec, staying in the top 5 for five weeks and eventually hitting #1 of Top100 charts.
After over 100 performances of his show, he treads a new creative path along his travels of love, which take him to Turkey, France, Germany, Spain and Denmark. Colored horizons, heavy feelings, and intense stares of faraway strangers become muses behind the writing and composition of his second album “Himalaya mon amour”, launched in front of one thousand people in three cities.