Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Scott Nolan (Photo: Mike Latschislaw)

Manitoba Music launches MB Live app for Android and iOS. – 

Troubadour JP Hoe returns with holiday show.  – Beatroute + FREE Download

JP Hoe’s holiday show one of the top picks for the weekend. – CBC Manitoba

JP Hoe talks life and his holiday show on the morning news. – Yahoo News

Scott Nolan enlists help of Americana supergroup on Silverhill. – Beatroute

Two-day marathon session sees new album from Scott Nolan. – Metro News

Living Hour soars through new track, signs with Lefse Records. –  Noisey 

Living Hour dreams big. – Stereogum

The Wailin' Jennys land on top performers  list of 2015.  – Huffington Post

Times Change(d) an iconic venue. – Buzzfeed

Music is working for KEN mode’s Jesse Matthewson. – The Age of Metal 

KEN mode has arrived. – Gear Gods 

KEN mode's Success one of the best of the year. – Basement Galaxy 

Plenty of familiar names on this best-of list. – Beatroute

Duotang, Cannon Bros., Basic Nature, Human Music make this best-of. – Beatroute

John Norman is Obsessed with Sound. – Decoded Magazine

Greg Lowe’s Chess Club is back. – Winnipeg Free Press

Jason Burnstick, Nadia Gaudet sing for kids in French, English, and Cree. – ICI Radio-Canada

Jason Burnstick and Nadia Gaudet release album in three languages. – CBC Manitoba

Beastie Boy Mike D joins The Lytics in studio. – Winnipeg Free Press

Mike D sits in on The Lytics’ session. – Rhythm 104.7 FM

A German take on The Lytics. – Berlin Music

The Lytics make Converse Rubber Track’s list. – Brasileiros


William Prince, Sweet Alibi help harvest hope. – CBC Manitoba

Autumn Still makes each song sound special. – Beatroute

Steve Bell comes to WSO stage for Christmas concert. – Winnipeg Free Press

Ho, Ho, Holiday Train bringing Doc Walker. – Medicine Hat News

Doc Walker gets aboard the Holiday Train. – Columbus Journal

The Small Glories join up with the Banjo Babes. – The Union

Take a break from the cold at Hot Blizzard Folk Festival – The Headliner

Propagandhi lives up to hometown hype. – Exclaim!

Propagandhi talking the talk and walking the walk. – The Vancouver Sun

Propagandhi gets illustrated. – Planet S Magazine

The Bros. Landreth are keeping good company. – The Star

The Bros. Landreth are steeped in history and hometown heritage. – BC Living

Matt Epp is back. – Lokalkompass

Festival du Voyageur help make Manitoba a winter destination. – The Globe and Mail

Turn your translators to stun for Cannon Bros. and Attica Riots’ M for Montreal show. - OOR

Federal Lights sings a not-a-love-song love song. – Quick Before It Melts

Federal Lights’ Jean-Guy Roy shares his favourite album – Backstage Broadcast

Harlequin's George Belanger looks back at five decades of musical memories. – Winnipeg Free Press

CKUW DJ Stu Reid curates fun Christmas album. – Winnipeg Free Press

AudioOpera's 2016 resolution = working tirelessly. – Stylus

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