Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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The Proud Sons
Animal Teeth
Attica Riots
Cat Jahnke
Chic Gamine
Del Barber
Dust Rhinos
Festival du Voyageur
Fred Penner
Jérémie & The Delicious Hounds
Jerry Sereda
Keith and Renee
Le 100 NONS
Mise en Scene
Renee Lamoureux
Royal Canoe
Six Shooter Records
Sweet Alibi
TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival (Jazz Winnipeg Inc.)
The Bros. Landreth
The JD Edwards Band
The Lytics
The Noble Thiefs
The Proud Sons
Tracy Bone
Winnipeg Folk Festival
Yes We Mystic

The Noble Thiefs premiere live video for “I Died In America”. – MyToba

Renée Lamoureux’s finds personal power in writing solo material. – Winnipeg Free Press + Song of the Week

Renée Lamoureux discusses her new album Dare To Be You. – Stylus Magazine

Revisiting Keith and Renée. – KMUW

Mulligrub pens bittersweet ballads with plenty of bite. – Winnipeg Free Press

Mulligrub’s album Soft Grudge is so easy to embrace. – Grayowl Point

Mise en Scene one of 10 powerful female artists to see at CMW. – Confront Magazine

This year's TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival features the future of jazz acts. – Winnipeg Free Press

Big names listed for this year’s TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival. – Chris D

Jazz Fest brings in high caliber acts. – Winnipeg Sun

Jazz Fest announces 2016 lineup. – My Toba

Attica Riots brings “Misery” to Toronto’s Drake Hotel. – Exclaim

Attica Riots produces high class pop music. – Listen With Monger

L'impact des Découvertes manitobaines sur la carrière des participants. – ICI Radio-Canada

Jérémie & The Delicious Hounds talk music. – ICI Radio-Canada

Winnipeg Folk Festival and Six Shooter Records nominated for Live Music Industry Awards. – Confront Magazine

Yes We Mystic’s Forgiver is lush and atmospheric. – CBC Music

Tracy Bone finds new beginnings in life and music. – CBC Radio

The Lytics rock Converse at an in-store performance. – Expose Mag

The Lytics play A Summer’s Tale festival in Germany. – Rolling Stone

Animal Teeth’s album Happy To See You is endearingly relatable. – Stylus Magazine

Del Barber and the No Regretzkys mix music with sports. – Sportsnet

Del Barber co-write’s on a Blake Berglund song. – Exclaim

Dust Rhinos and more help celebrate the Half Moon Drive In. – Chris D

Royal Canoe bring their distinctive sound to Montreal. – Lien Multimedia

Fred Penner debates whether everyone should sing. – CBC Radio

Sweet Alibi joins the Home County Music & Arts Fest lineup. – Exclaim

Sweet Alibi land in the Top 20. – CBC Music

Sweet Alibi play mysterious house concert in Saskatoon. – The Star Pheonix

The Bros. Landreth set to play Merlefest. – Watauga Democrat

David Graham and Jerry Sereda to perform at “4 Paws for Ben”. – Steinbach Online

New Festival Du Voyageur fundraiser to spice things up. – Chris D

Chic Gamine heads to Louisiana. – KLFY

The Proud Sons and The JD Edwards Band to play Super Spike. – Chris D

Cat Jahnke goes ghoulish for “Some May Say Love”. – Flavorwire

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