Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Sweet Alibi is not suffering the seven year itch. - Winnipeg Free Press

Sweet Alibi will dish out new material at album release. - The Projecter

Sweet Alibi, featuring a puppy and cupcakes. - Shaw TV

New album from Sweet Alibi explores a wide range of emotions. - The Manitoban

Expect a lively show from Sweet Alibi. - Metro

Count on an intimate show when the listing says "call Gary for reservations" to Sweet Alibi. - Inside Ottawa Valley

Folk Fest in the City supports local music. - NationTalk

Chic Gamine shakes things up with new album. - Metro + FREE download 

Chic Gamine gives a little taste of live. - CTV

Chic Gamine heads to Regina. - Prairie Dog Mag

Chic Gamine carries on to Alberta. - Radio Canada

Let Micah Visser take you on a mesmerizing musical journey. - Exclaim!

Red Moon Road impresses at every turn. - Pittsburgh in Tune

Red Moon Road balances stories and feelings. - Pasadena Weekly

Don Amero's on the Unreserved playlist. - CBC

Have yourself Amero Little Christmas. - 730 CKDM

BreakOut West returns to Regina in 2016. - CBC

Every neighbourhood could use a The Handsome Daughter. - Peg City Grub

Dan Russell a.k.a. Cal Austin Jr. tools leather in his spare time. - The Metro

French Press talks touring, collaboratin, and more. - Winnipeg Music Project

Songs and chats from French Press. - Witch Police

French Press makes Youthful Trouble. - Canadian Beats

Scott Nolan's early inspiration came from behind bars. - The Town Crier

Royal Canoe among the gems featured in SXSW lineup. - Spin

Royal Canoe helps stoke the blaze that is SXSW. - Exclaim!

Doc Walker wins big at MCMAs. - Portage Daily Graphic

Murray Pulver's A-list Guest List. - Shaw TV

Mainers and Mainiacs: don't miss The Bros. Landreth. - Maine Today

Practice your Italian, courtesy of Matt Epp. - Alto Adige

Little Miss Higgins and the Winnipeg Five head to Fort Mac. - Fort Maclead Gazette

Slow Leaves plays an intimate show in Ottawa. - CBC

Leaf Rapids brings out locals from its namesake town. - Thompson Citizen

JP Hoe defers credit for his band name. - The Sudbury Star

JP Hoe heads to Ottawa. - Ottawa Citizen

John Norman is putting Canada on the techno map. - My Cup of Tech

Ghost Twin gets reworked. - Idieyoudie

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