Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup
Elessar Thiessen's new album will reach the hearts of many. - Huffington Post
CC Trubiak spreads his wings. - The Reminder
Chic Gamine takes over the studio for Manitoba Fresh. - 99.1 Fresh Radio
Chic Gamine maps out Western Canadian tour. - Exclaim!
Let Chic Gamine charm you. - The Revue
The Crooked Brothers and Federal Lights at Reeperbahn. - The Music Minutes
Mal Magorel set to release her debut album. - The Times + FREE download
Rayannah celebrates new video for "The Water". - Exclaim!
Get the full preview of AudioOpera's new album. - The Fader
An exclusive look at AudioOpera's "Poor Handwriting." - i-D
Cannon Bros.' teenage wonderland. - Noisey
Cannon Bros. let a ray of sunshine into their garage. - Exclaim!
Cannon Bros. launches Dream City. - Brandon Sun
Catch Panicland, The Jarrett Lobley Project, Keith & Renee, Those Guys and more at British Invasion fundraiser. - Winnipeg Sun
KEN mode brings Success to New York. - Brooklyn Vegan
Kayla Luky on the bill for a sold out show. - 730 CKDM
After 400 applications, Propagandhi hires new guitarist. - Winnipeg Free Press
The Bros. Landreth go undercover. - Exclaim!
The Bros. Landreth in Niagara. - Bullet News
Don Amero talks about the healing power of music. - Brandon Sun
Slow Leaves and Dirty Catfish Brass Band provide the soundtrack for bike talks. - The Uniter
Slow Leaves and Dirty Catfish Brass Band a top weekend pick. - CBC
Rusty Matyas joins Sheepdogs on new album. - Edmonton Sun
The Wailin' Jennys played Tønder Festival... and the rest is up to your translator. - Roots Zone
The Wailin' Jennys keep the chemistry alive. - Monterey Herald
Ridley Bent co-writes "No Strange Thing." - Calgary Herald
Mobina Galore will dance at your funeral if you'll dance at theirs. - Visions
Erin Propp talks songwriting, balance, and more. - Winnipeg Music Project
Murray Pulver contributes to some Good Clean Fun. - The Province
Storytelling is a constant for Red Moon Road. - Meridian Booster
Fred Penner guest stars in The Plateaus. - Post City Toronto
UMFM Pledge-o-rama kicks off. - The Manitoban