Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Duotang is back after a 12-year hiatus with new album, New Occupation. – Chart Attack

Duotang join heavy-hitting Canadian acts in benefit compilation for the Heart & Stroke Foundation. – Exclaim

ManyFest brings everyone together downtown. – Nation Talk

Attica Riots joins tour mates Bleeker to discuss touring and its latest video. – A Music Blog

Micah Visser's release party is a must-see at the WECC on Friday. – CBC Manitoba

Sierra Noble discusses her growth as an artist and her new album City of Ghosts. – CJOB

Times Change(d) brings the Fortune Block back to life. – West End Dumplings

Royal Canoe’s song, “Walk Out on the Water” is a song you need to hear. – CBC Music

Royal Canoe announces UK Tour. – Glasswerk

Royal Canoe embarks on a city-wide house party. – The Uniter

Take a listen to À La Mode’s “Dreamy Day in July”. – Earthings Blog

Local country musicians land award nominations. – Dauphin Herald

Latimer, Kuzina, and Reimer form tribute to Parton, Harris, and Ronstadt. – Altona Echo

Living Hour performs “Summer Smog” in an abandoned French church. – Brooklyn Vegan

John K. Samson returns with new album, Winter Wheat. – The Lefort Report

Listen to John K. Samson’s "Postdoc Blues" off his forthcoming album. – The KEXP Blog

Plain As Ghosts' debut album, Rendering, is an appreciation of life's silent moments. – The Manitoban

The Perms release video premiere for “Lose Yourself”. – Spill Magazine

Union Stockyards release two things at once. – The Punk Site

Professional musicians share advice for new bands. – The Uniter

Summer Lights Music Series gives Brandon a boost. – The Manitoban

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