In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web
Posted on June 1, 2012
Cannon Bros. talk about their involvement with Bands Vs. Filmmakers ll. - Winnipeg Free Press
Cara Luft's upcoming solo album, Darlingford, is inspired by British folk music. - Exclaim!
Ariane Jean's great big Franco-Manitoban musical family. - CBC Manitoba Scene
Imaginary Cities drops a new video for "Calm Before the Storm". - CBC Manitoba Scene
SitDownTracy makes CDBaby's Editor's Picks. - CDBaby
Jenny Berkel's Here On a Wire uses poetry, emotion and thoughtful writing to earn 4/5 stars. - Vue Weekly
Haunter drops hints about their new album. - Uptown
Curtis Nowosad gets nominated for the Winnipeg Arts Council On The Rise Award. - Winnipeg Free Press
Carbon by Federal Lights captures the feeling of being alone. - Toronto
Sweet Alibi have nothing but sweet things to say about Winnipeg's music scene. - Stylus
Opportunities keep flying at Cat Jahnke, and she's ready to take them all. - The Star Phoenix
Imaginary Cities announce a North American tour. - Exclaim!
The Magnificent 7's play a role reversal with filmmaker Curtis Wiebe. - CBC Manitoba Scene
Enjoy Your Pumas were "irresistibly engaging" in Edmonton. - The Sound and Noise
Abstract Artform teams up with Leroy Gold. - Alan Cross
A pint with Demetra. - The Lance
And... video of Crooked Brothers in Rotterdam on "Live uit Lloyd" (we think)...
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