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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Indian City

Don Amero heads west to celebrate Canada. - Vancourier + FREE download

Kelly Fraser shines bright. - Nunatsiaq Online

Ghost Twin is weird and wonderful. - Sudbury Star

How does it feel being a woman in the current Winnipeg music scene? - Stylus

Indian City sings an important song. - MyToba

Six Shooter's Interstellar Rodeo is a top festival this summer. - 24 News

The Crooked Brothers aren't about to slow down. - MyToba

By the numbers: Women in Manitoba music festivals. Winnipeg Free Press

You're gonna have to wait until autumn for The Lytics' new EP. - Canadian Beats

Mise en Scene is a top NXNE pic. - Indie Underground

Rise and shine with Daily. - CTV Winnipeg

Attica Riots' name inspired by Vonnegut novels. - Canadian Beats

JP Hoe gets ready to drop new album. Winnipeg Free Press

Indicator Indicator debuts "No Anthem". - Exclaim!

Sc Mira is headed to NXNE. - Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg Folk Festival training opens up career opportunities. - Winnipeg Free Press

Curtis Nowosad hits the road. - Music Industry News Network

Carly Dow's Ingrained is a living, breathing album. - Stylus

Matt Epp takes "troubadour" tag literally. - Winnipeg Free Press

Take Matt Epp's new album for a spin. - CBC

Techno is John Norman's mission in life. - Technoszene

Dauphin's Countryfest is more than just music. - MyToba

Aboriginal Music Week announces block party lineup. - RPM

KEN mode tells us the secret to Success. - Noisey

Leaf Rapids heads to Peterborough Folk Fest. - PTBO Canada

Supercrawl 2015 lineup includes Fred Penner. - Exclaim!

Tim Barlow & Few Who Do show off their skills. - MyToba

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Opportunité de rencontres professionnelles et de vitrine musicale à : Rame à la rencontre de l’industrie de la musique francophone édition Montréal

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Manitoba Music, à travers son programme de musique francophone, présente une quatrième édition de l’événement contact, Rame à la rencontre de l’industrie de la musique francophone, à Montréal le 27 et 28 octobre 2015. L’objectif de cet événement est de rapprocher des artistes-entrepreneurs francophones de l’Ouest canadien avec des professionnels de l’industrie de la musique francophone. DATE LIMITE DE SOUMISSION : le jeudi 9 juillet 2015

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In The News: NXNE Edition

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JP Hoe

You're gonna have to wait until autumn for The Lytics' new EP. - Canadian Beats

The Lytics hit the ground running. - Manitoba Music

The Lytics smashed it at The Great Escape. - The Brighton Source

Attica Riots were a highlight of CMW. - The AU Review

Attica Riots' name inspired by Vonnegut novels. - Canadian Beats

Attica Riots work hard, play harder. - Manitoba Music

JP Hoe announced new album, Hideaway. - Exclaim!

JP Hoe gets "Beautifully Crazy" on air. - 104.3 Fresh Radio 

Create what you want to create, says JP Hoe. - Canadian Beats

JP Hoe gets ready to drop new album. - Winnipeg Free Press

The Crooked Brothers are eaters. - Canadian Beats

Germany gets ready for The Crooked Brothers. - The Music Minutes

Get a taste of Sc Mira's debut album. - Noisey

Sc Mira headed to NXNE. - Winnipeg Sun

Sc Mira loves its Waiting Room Baby. - Canadian Beats

Sc Mira in puppet form. - Exclaim!

Mise en Scene is a top NXNE pic. - Indie Underground

Mise en Scene talks Real Love. - MyToba

Sigrun Stella's sad to miss Mise en Scene's killer NXNE set. - Torontoist

Indicator Indicator gets ready for NXNE. - The Spill Magazine

Indicator Indicator debuts "No Anthem". - Exclaim!

Ghost Twin is weird and wonderful. - Sudbury Star

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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The Zorgs

Manitoba Music connects local acts with industry pros during Aboriginal Day Live. -

Manitoba Music joins forces with APTN to bring mentor meetings. - MyToba

Local talent sets the soundtrack for Manitoba Live on Canada Day at The Forks. -

Manitoba Live puts locals on stage at The Forks. - MyToba

Sc Mira talks about Waiting Room Baby. - Canadian Beats + FREE download

Find out how many effs The Zorgs have to give. - Beatroute

JP Hoe announces new album. - Exclaim!

Don Amero heads west for Canada Day. - Digital Journal

John Norman serves on remix duty. - Manalogue

Fred Penner has 20 answers. - Winnipeg Sun

Al Simmons has a lot to celebrate. - MyToba

Get the first listen of Success from KEN mode. - Stereogum

Stream the entire new album from KEN mode. - Brooklyn Vegan

Trio Bembe brings latin flair to the Medicine Hat Jazz Fest. - Medicine Hat News

The Bros. Landreth head south of the boarder. - American Towns

Leaf Rapids gives us intimate glowing country. - Americana UK

Matt Epp takes his new album on the road. - 730 CKDM

Odanah prepares to record new album. - Stylus

Members of Chic Gamine lend a tune for charity. - Successful Dealer

Red Moon Road headlines Summer Lights. - Brandon Sun

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Manitoba Music and APTN Launch Aboriginal Day Live Mentor Sessions

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Chuck Copenace

Manitoba Music and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) are joining forces this month to connect local Aboriginal artists and music entrepreneurs with key industry pros from across Canada and beyond. Running June 20-22 in Winnipeg through Manitoba Music's Aboriginal Music Program, the new project provides a unique opportunity to meet with and learn from a delegation of managers, presenters, and mentors during APTN’s annual Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration.

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TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival Brings the Party Downtown

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Combo Latino

Festival season is officially underway as the TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival brings the party downtown for its 2015 edition. One of the summer's best sources for live local music, the venerable downtown fest kicks things off  with a free opening weekend at The Cube in the heart of the Exchange District, June 11-21.

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Manitoba Live Turns Up the Volume on Canada Day at The Forks

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Manitoba Live at Canada Day at The Forks in 2014 (Photo: J.Senft Photography)

Manitoba Music and The Forks are turning up the volume on Canada Day this year with a stellar lineup of local talent on three stages, presented by Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries. Performing for an audience of thousands who gather at The Forks to celebrate our nation’s birthday, Manitoba Live will feature performances from over a dozen acts spanning just about every genre, culminating in a remarkable onstage collaboration between fun-soaked rock outfit Attica Riots and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. 

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DIY Roundup: Tips for Musicians From Around the Web

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Check out this week's roundup of recent blogger tips and techniques for musicians from around the web. Find out more about feedback in songwriting, playing unconventional venues, networking tips, merchandising made simple, and management options.

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Work Hard and Play Harder: Attica Riots is Ready for Success with a Big Sound and Big Energy

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Attica Riots (Photo: Tim Jones)

By Jillian Groening

In the music industry, success often arrives either at a snail’s pace or at break-neck speed. For Winnipeg-based rock outfit Attica Riots, the enigmatic s-word seems to be prowling right at their heels.

Originally fooling around as a jam band, playing covers together and working through songs for their other projects, singer and guitarist Bobby Desjarlais, bassist Kyle Erickson, and drummer Anders Erickson, eventually put their other bands on the back burner and poured their energy into Attica Riots’ sweaty, dance-y rhythms. And good thing they did.

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Get out your sunscreen. - The Uniter

Attica Riots were a highlight of CMW. - The AU Review

Get a taste of Sc Mira's new album. - Noisey

Music saved Chuck Copenace. - Shaw TV 

Real Love Summer Fest puts local talent on stage. - Winnipeg Sun

Odanah return to Real Love. - MyToba

Mahogany Frog hop on stage at Real Love. - MyToba

Justin Lacroix releases French EP. - The Revue

Ali Fontaine headlines Aboriginal Music Week. - Winnipeg Free Press

Kevin Walters posthumously honoured with lifetime achievement award. -

Locals share the stage with big names at TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival. - MyToba

Yes We Mystic's Vestige is hypnotic. - Beatroute

Futurekids gives us a visual treat. - Diamond Deposits

Cassidy Mann celebrates Canada with a song. - Huffington Post

Basic Nature's music is music. - MyToba

The Bros. Landreth & Oates. - Global Morning News

Pop Crimes, Mobina Galore, KEN mode take on Bermuda Fest. - New Music Michael

KEN mode heads across the pond. - Metal Underground

Bermuda Festival brings out local punks. - Edmonton Journal

Curtis Nowosad gets lively. - The Whole Note

Matt Epp hits the road with new tunes. - The Star Pheonix

Doc Walker headlines at the Grand Prairie Stompede. - Daily Herald Tribune

Sweet Alibi is a highlight of Stewart Park Festival. - Ottawa Citizen

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Ellice Street Festival Celebrates with Music

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The Mariachi Ghost (Photo: Jay Poturica)

Things are going to get a little extra fun this weekend in Winnipeg's West End. The Ellice Street Festival is kicking of its 16th annual festivities on June 5, bringing two days of live music, barbecue, a kid's carnival, and more.  

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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The Lytics set it off at The Great Escape. - Brighton Source

Patti Kusturok keeps the kitchen party going. - CTV

Indicator Indicator gets ready for NXNE. - Spill Magazine

Mise en Scene answers some questions. - MyToba

Lindsey White releases her long-awaited new album. - Metro FREE download

Petric signs with SteelHead Music. - 730 CKDM

The Crooked Brothers music is not the worst. - MyToba

KEN mode teases us with more new music. - Life Is Noise

Carly Dow hits the road. - Nova News Now

Autumn Still breezes across Canada. - ACWR

The Bros. Landreth jam in the van. - Pollstar

The clip of the week from Jocelyne Baribeau. - BRBR

Jess Reimer heads to Winkler City Limits. - Pembina Today

Tiffany Ponce clowns around. - CBC

Oh My Darling says farewell. - Metro

Somebody Language is on the road to Real Love. - MyToba

Greg MacPherson's honesty spews across the floor. - Vue Weekly

Romi Mayes lets out the devil. - The Chronicle Herald

Royal Canoe gets ready to play TURF. - Exclaim!

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Local Music Makes a Mark in Winnipeg Arts Council Awards

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Abstract Artform

The nominations for the Winnipeg Arts Council Awards are out and there are plenty of names from the local music scene making the list. The annual awards, which will be presented at the Mayor's Luncheon for the Arts on June 19 at the Fairmont Hotel, celebrate members of Winnipeg’s arts community, including individual artists, arts organizations, arts volunteers, and local businesses and organizations that support the arts in Winnipeg. Nominees include Abstract Artform, Khan Vikshyn, marijosee, Jazz Winnipeg's Paul Nolin, and Steve Kirby. 

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Manitoba's NXNE Bash Turns 20, Manitoba Music Hits The Rivoli for June 18 Showcase

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Clockwise from top left: Attica Riots, JP Hoe, The Crooked Brothers, The Lytics

Manitoba Music is packing up its perogies and hitting one of Canada’s largest music discovery festivals in June. Running the gamut from roots to hip hop to synth-drenched dark pop, a diverse crop of ten Manitoba acts have been tapped for coveted showcase spots at North by Northeast (NXNE), including four buzzworthy bands slated for the Manitoba Showcase at The Rivoli on June 18.

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Moon Tan

The showdown at Band Vs. Filmmakers takes place this weekend. - Winnipeg Sun

Bands vs. Filmmakers a top pick for the weekend. - CBC

Moon Tan take its progressive funk rock to Real Love Summer Fest. - MyToba

À La Mode gets set for some Real Love. - MyToba

Oh My Darling says farwell. - Metro

Tiffany Ponce takes a seat at the judges table. -

KEN mode unleash "Dead Actors". - Invisible Oranges

Romi Mayes puts Winnipeg on the blues map. - JS Online

Don Amero speaks to the healing power of music. - The Cragand Canyon

You can find Don Amero in the cellar. - LF Press

Get to know the Champagne Years. - MyToba

Greg MacPherson makes some noise. - Beatroute

Ruth Moody goes "Far and Wide". - Pop Matters

Watch Sc Mira's "Do Me". - Exclaim!

Sc Mira and The Revival among the lineup at Burning Cow. - PPulse

Fred Penner heads to the beach. - Toronto Life

Ridley Bent and Doc Walker among that many to take the stage at Countryfest. - 730 CKDM

The Park Theatre celebrates 100 years of reinventing itself. - MyToba

Carly Dow takes her new album on the road. - Nova News Now

Iskwé to play Indigenous festival in Toronto. - RPM

Al Simmons bring his quirkiness to the stage. - Guelph Tribune

Del Barber and Ridley Bent get wild in the mountains. - Vue Weekly

Rayannah hits her stride. - MyToba

Nestor Wynrush draws from personal life. - The Star Pheonix

Tanya Tagaq makes Bjork sound tame. - The Guardian


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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Last Ditch On The Left (Photo: Kent Whiteside)

Yes We Mystic break down genre walls. - Winnipeg Free Press FREE download

Yes We Mystic keeps it fresh. - Metro 

KEN mode unleashes "Management Control. - Spin

Get another taste of new music from KEN mode. - Exclaim!

The compass points west for Last Ditch On The Left. - Quirks and Quiddities

Last Ditch On The Left take its tunes west. - Lloydminister Source

The Revival takes its music to the street. - WMBF News

Raine Hamilton gets set to release album. - MyToba

Del Barber and Tanya Tagaq win at The Indies. - A Journal of Musical Things

Tanya Tagaq helps open the show on new venue. - Brooklyn Paper

Federal Lights and Don Amero among the many to play Aboriginal Day Live. - Metro

The Wailin' Jennys and The Bros. Landreth bring their songs to Denmark. - Rootszone

The Bros. Landreth announced as part of Americana 2015. - Addicted to Noise

Back 40 puts locals on stage. - Pembina Today

Slow Spirit gets put in the spotlight. - MyToba

The crowd comes to Romi Mayes call. - Winnipeg Free Press

Matt Epp's new video is "Ready In Time". - Snob's Music

The Living Hour is on the road to Real Love. - MyToba

Royal Canoe set to take the stage at TURF. - AXS

Fred Penner heads to the coast. - The Telegram

Carly Dow gears up for new album, Ingrained. - Make A Little Noise

Get to know Carly Dow. - MyToba

The hills are alive with the sound of Doc Walker. - Hamilton News

Curtis Nowosad keeps up the celebration of his album release. - Jazz News

Curtis Nowosad gains some international attention. - Javeriana

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Bands vs. Filmmakers V: A Concert in Support of Cinematheque

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Bands vs. Filmmakers

Back for its fifth year, Bands vs. Filmmakers brings us another round of treats for the ears and the eyes at the West End Cultural Centre. The event features five new silent films from emerging local indie filmmakers who have collaborated with five local musical acts to create a union of complimenting audio and visuals. As the film plays the accompanying musicians will perform a live set, making for a unique experience for the audience.

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Call for Submissions: Manitoba Aboriginal Trade Mission to Planet IndigenUs

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Manitoba Music’s Aboriginal Music Program is leading a small trade mission to Planet IndigenUs in Toronto this summer. The project will provide up to three First Nation, Métis, or Inuit music professionals with a chance to connect with international buyers and artists at a series of showcases and networking events set for August 6-10. 2015. DEADLINE: June 11, 2015

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Hit the Ground Running: The Lytics Started Out Strong and Haven't Stopped

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The Lytics

By Jillian Groening

Everyone knows The Lytics.

The five friendly faces of brothers Anthony, Andrew, and Alex Sannie, cousin Mungala Londe and “adopted” brother DJ Lonnie Ce have become household names in their hometown of Winnipeg.

After bursting on to the scene when radio DJ Ace Burpee — formerly of Hot 103 — got a hold of their single “Big City Soundgirl” in 2009, the group quickly became one of the most recognized musical acts in the city.

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Seanster and the Monsters

Manitoba Music heads across the pond with some friends. - MyToba

WCMA announces 2015 nominees. - Exclaim!

BreakOut West reveals 2015 WCMA nods. - A Journal of Musical Things

Dee Erin Band picks up a WCMA nod. - CBC

Tanya Tagaq rounds up four WCMA nominations. - Winnipeg Free Press

Take Romi MayesDevil On Both Shoulders for a spin. - Exclaim!

Romi Mayes finds a new groove. - The Metro

The world called Romi Mayes' name. - Canstar

Romi Mayes gets ready to release new album. - Winnipeg Sun

Carly Dow takes her new album on the road. - Exclaim! + FREE download

The spotlight is on Carly Dow. - MyToba

Back 40 Folk Festival lineup is unveiled. - Winnipeg Free Press

The Wailin' Jennys take some harmonies overseas. - Festival Open Airs

Six Shooter Records announces second wave of Interstellar Rodeo acts. - MyToba

Yes We Mystic fights clichés. - Vue Weekly

John Norman is back and bursting with energy. - Technozene
Sit down with John Norman. - DJ Mag

John Norman's obsession with sound can be heard loud and clear. - Decoded Magazine

Rayannah hits the right notes. - Winnipeg Free Press

Get a taste of new music from Matt Epp. - Permanent Rain Press

Watch Matt Epp's new video for "Ready in Time". - Exclaim!

The Bros. Landreth get set to play AmericanaFest. - Cybergrass

The Bros. Landreth bring the Canadian to Americana. -

Royal Canoe added to TURF. - Indie88

Distances set to take the stage at the WECC in June. - MyToba

Matt Epp and Seanster and the Monsters among top in songwriting competition. - Winnipeg Sun

Panamania announces lineup, featuring Tanya Tagaq. - CTV

Tanya Tagaq amongst acts to play Panamania. - Exclaim!

Tanya Tagaq takes the stage at Panamania. - Toronto Star

Shotgun Jimmie gets sappy. - Exclaim!

Ridley Bent taps his boots at Nashville North. - Winnipeg Sun

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Manitoba Artists & Industry Earn 27 Western Canadian Music Award Nods

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Indian City

There will be plenty of chances to celebrate Manitoba talent when the Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA) make their way to Victoria this fall. The 2015 nominees were revealed at the official media conference at Victoria’s McPherson Playhouse and at simultaneous announcements across Western Canada, including Winnipeg’s event at Manitoba Music. Manitoba artists and industry earned 27 nominations in 17 categories for the 13th annual celebration of music from the western provinces and territories. The hardware will be handed out at a gala event on September 20.

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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John Norman

Romi Mayes unleashes the Devil On Both Shoulders. - 730 CKDM + FREE download

Wine + dine + live music = Six Shooter Records' Interstellar Rodeo. - Metro Winnipeg

Local artists highlight second waive of Interstellar Rodeo acts. - MyToba

Red Moon Road brings 'Folk-Musik aus Kanada' across the sea. - Hamburger Wochenblatt

The Wailin’ Jennys are about creating today’s music for tomorrow’s traditions. - The Record

10 facts about The Wailin' Jennys. - Mass Live

Fred Penner reads sweet tweets. - CBC Music

Del Barber impresses at MerleFest. - Paste Magazine

Del Barber leaves a good impression at MerleFest. - CyberGrass

John Norman gives new life to UNT Records. - When We Dip

Carly Dow is about to bring the Canadian folk scene to its knees. - VIES Magazine

Get the first listen of Vestige from Yes We Mystic. - Exclaim!

Momentum builds for Yes We Mystic. - Beatroute

Sweet Alibi looking for pledges to release third album. - BC Local News

Chris Thorsteinson offers up a Doc Walker update. - 93.3 Country

Curtis Nowosad to hit Edmonton Jazz Fest. - Global News

The queen of Polar punk: Tanya Tagaq. - Songlines 

Tanya Tagaq releases powerful new video for "Uja". - CBC Music

Stream Don Amero's new album. - RPM

KEN mode shares a second track from Success. - Brooklyn Vegan

Leaf Rapids is a family affair. - Meridian Booster

John Oates set to open for The Bros. Landreth. - CBC

The Bros. Landreth have some ground to cover. - The Au Review

Slow Leaves takes his tunes on the road. - Meridian Booster

Chic Gamine gets appy. - Geekbecois

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Manitoba Acts Set to Showcase at Toronto's Canadian Music Week

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Manitoba’s music is once again breaking ground at Canadian Music Week (CMW), one of Canada’s biggest music industry festivals, May 1-10 in Toronto. Ten homegrown acts are booked to play the festival, which offers them the chance to perform in front of and network with music fans, industry, and media from across Canada and the world.

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Manitoba Music Makes Great Escape to UK with The Lytics and Leaf Rapids

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From left: The Lytics and Leaf Rapids

Manitoba Music is getting ready to make its way across the Atlantic next month, including industry events in London and its third annual showcase at major international music event The Great Escape (TGE) in Brighton. Teaming up with fellow Western Canadian music industry associations SaskMusic, Alberta Music, and Music BC, Manitoba Music will co-host a showcase under the BreakOut West banner at TGE on May 16 at Brighton’s The Green Door Store. This year’s event features a stellar Western Canadian lineup including two Manitoba acts, hip hop heroes The Lytics and husband and wife Americana duo Leaf Rapids.

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GALA DES PRIX TRILLE OR: Manitoba Music's Francophone Music Program Hosts Industry Event During Prestigious Ontario Awards Show

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Jocelyne Baribeau

Some of the brightest emerging talent from Western Canada’s Francophone scene is heading to the nation’s capital next month to connect with top industry. Manitoba Music, through its Francophone Music Program, will host an industry showcase at this year’s edition of the awards show and conference, Gala des prix Trille Or in Ottawa.

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Champagne Years

Manitoba Music launches its Summer Songwriter Retreat. -

John Norman takes the reigns of UNT. - Thump

Get a taste of Living Hour's debut album. - Beating Lights

The Revival hits the road with a new single. - Exclaim!

Get a taste of new music from Don Amero. - CBC

Carly Dow launches new video and tour. - Exclaim!

Watch the latest video from Carly Dow. - MyToba

Tracy Bone returns as a performer at Gathering of Nations Pow Wow. - Metro

Hear a new track from KEN mode. - NPR

KEN mode talks pro-wrestling. - Fightland

KEN mode is viking's choice. - OPB

Oh My Darling says farewell. - Winnipeg Free Press

Daily inspires through overcoming his struggles. - ShawTV

Greg Rekus takes his tunes to Italy. - Salad Days Mag

The spotlight is on À la Mode. - MyToba

Red Moon Road is an award-winning package. - The Jazz Mann

Chic Gamine is the first to get on the dubRise train. - CW15

New artist platform brings Chic Gamine on as early adapter. - Newswire

Sweet Alibi helps shine the spotlight on Fab Fem Fundraiser. - Sou`Wester

Catch Royal Canoe on Big Blue at Winnipeg Folk Festival. - Winnipeg Free Press

Watch Royal Canoe play "Birthday" live off the floor. - Pop Matters

Leaf Rapids finds inspiration in isolation. - Prairie Dog Mag

Being a hermit pays off for Leaf Rapids. - The Progress

Leaf Rapids' Lucky Stars is ear candy from front to back. - The Morton Report

Leaf Rapids puts a new twist on an old genre. - Revelstoke Mountaineer

Get a taste of new music from Matt Epp. - Exclaim!

Micah Visser throws it back to casettes. - The Projector

Calgary Folk Fest includes The Crooked Brothers in 2015 lineup. - Calgary Herald

The Small Glories heads to the coast. - BC Local News

Mise en Scene talks shop. - Premier Guitar

The Bros. Landreth head to Hillside Festival.  - Indie88

CBC's Q relaunches with Tanya Tagaq as one of the first guests. - Huffington Post

Folk on the Rocks puts Tanya Tagaq on stage. - My Yellowknife Now

Ridley Bent tells stories through his songs across the globe. - Gull Lake Advance

Del Barber gets ready for MerlFest. - Journal Patriot

Champagne Years releases a new video. - Exclaim!

Patt Kusturok helps bring the Prairie Kitchen Party back to the WECC. - MyToba

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