Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Come for a good cause, stay for the sweeping and yelling. – Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba music community hosts curling bonspiel. – Winnipeg Free Press

The Small Glories are a perfect pairing. – Winnipeg Free Press

The Small Glories perform title track from Wondrous Traveller. – Winnipeg Free Press

The Small Glories are a match made in heaven. – The Projector

Watch Human Music’s special double feature video. – Exclaim

River East Collegiate students pair hip hop and heavy subject matter. – CBC News

Naysa wears heart on sleeve for new video “Are You Lonely”. – Canadian Beats

Watch Naysa pack some colourful heartbreak in their new video. – Grayowl Point

View "Are You Lonely" by Naysa. – The Permanent Rain Press

Prepare to be transported by the voice of Raine Hamilton. – BC Local News

Raine Hamilton reaches into rough and beautiful places. – Comox Valley Record

Living Hour and Yes We Mystic listed to play The Great Escape festival in U.K. – The Four Oh Five

Yes We Mystic is pushing forward with new album. – Winnipeg Free Press

Yes We Mystic announces debut album Forgiver. – Confront Magazine

Living Hour creates enchanting wall of blissful dream pop. – Music Emissions

Living Hour offers forty-five minutes of mercilessly hot-and-sticky shoegaze. – Earbuddy

You'll be left sun-soaked by Living Hour's debut album. – CITR

Carly Dow and Madeleine Roger bring their music to Fernie. – The Free Press

Carly Dow and Madeleine Roger spread their music to new places. – MyToba

Carly Dow and Madeleine Roger head west. – The Nelson Daily

Carly Dow and Madeleine Roger are accomplished musicians in their own right. – Medicine Hat News

Roger Roger performs “Luckiest”. – Winnipeg Free Press

Festival Du Voyageur attendance up over last year. – Global News

Music and more draws large crowds to this year’s Festival Du Voyageur. – Metro News

The Crooked Brothers define Canadian roots music for all lucky listeners. – BC Local News

The Crooked Brothers “have music, will travel”. – Times Colonist

Paper Moon is cult favourite, Canadian hometown heroes. – Aux TV

A conversation with Leonard Podolak from The Duhks. - The Sound Of Applause

SMRT on Spotify's Most Lit rap playlist. – Spotify

Crabskull forms alliance with FC Coconut to create mixtape. – The Uniter

Track review: Mulligrub's "Homo Milk and The Man In The Moon". – Sideways Kitten

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