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ATLAAS at the Big Fun Festival 2014 (Photo: Sean McManus)

Manitoba Music crosses boarders. - The Current

Geek out with Greek Riots. - Stylus FREE download

Greek Riots isn't your run-of-the-mill indie band. - Shucking Corn 

ATLAAS teases with a new song from its upcoming EP. - Make A Little Noise

Crooked Brothers make friends from the stage. - Montreal Rampage

Slow Leaves' Beauty is So Common is a beauty. - Star Pheonix

The Treble brings us another 24 shows in 24 hours. - 730 CKDM

Raine Hamilton plays her part in the Great Canadian Journey. - Great Canadian Journey

25 years is something to sing about for Steve Bell. - BT Winnipeg

Tanya Tagaq is a must see. - BlogTO

You can't miss Tanya Tagaq. - Exclaim!

Tanya Tagaq sets the tone. - London Free Press

Tanya Tagaq's show was one of the best things to see this week. - The Globe and Mail

Tanya Tagaq's Animism heads overseas. - Clash Music

Pixies get a new take with a cover by Tanya Tagaq. - Nooga

Tanya Tagaq sells out Toronto's Great Hall. - RPM

Tanya Tagaq is a trailblazer. - Calgary Herald

Matt Epp breaks it down then builds it up. - Star Pheonix

Matt Epp makes the playlist. - DNTO

Get the first listen of a new song from IsKwé. - RPM

Del Barber among the first announced for MerleFest 2015. - Cybergrass

First round of MerleFest 2015 acts includes Del Barber. - High Country Press

Del Barber celebrates the prairies on the big screen. - CTV News

"Oh Canada" gets a twist from Del Barber. - Calgary Herald

Autumn Still isn't new to the music game. - The Manitoban

Autumn Still gives us something to dance to. - BT Winnipeg

Sierra Noble turns to friends and fans for her new album. - 730 CKDM

Winnipeg Folk Fest is citybound. - The Manitoban

The Duhks keeps it fresh. - Durango Herald

Winnipeg welcomes back The Duhks. - MyToba

The Duhks return to the WECC. -

The Duhks bring it home. - Winnipeg Free Press

It's a "Fast-Paced World" with The Duhks. - Chicagoist

Blackli$t emerges from the ashes of another studio. - The Uniter

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