Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Duotang (Credit: Jason Halstead)
Ali Fontaine
Andrina Turenne
Ash Koley
Graffiti Art Programming Inc
Indian City
John K. Samson
Keith and Renee
Kelly Bado
Living Hour
Mise en Scene
Park Theatre
Royal Canoe
Ruth Moody
Ryan Keown
The Weakerthans
Transistor 66 Record Co.
Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival

VIKINGS heat things up with new song "Burning Man". – 99.1 Fresh Radio

What to do this weekend? SpaceLand, Pride Fest, and more. – CBC Manitoba

Royal Canoe returns with Something Got Lost Between Here And The Orbit. – Exclaim

Royal Canoe announces new album. – Northern Transmissions

Indian City to play Canada Day in Ottawa. – My Toba

Jay Bodner joins Indian City for Canada Day in Ottawa. – CBC News

A one-on-one conversation with Winnipeg’s Transistor 66 Record Company. – Witchpolice Radio

Peter Takis is well on his way to establishing his name in the scene. – EDM Sofa

Check out Price and Takis’s remix of Zara Larsson’s “Never Forget You”. – Music Bastards

This year’s Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival features new components. – Portage Online

Keith and Renee, Kelly Bado, and more take stage at Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival. – CBC News

John K. Samson devastated by recent Gord Downie news. – CBC News

The Weakerthans Reconstruction Site named one of the great albums of the 2000s. – Indie88

La Nuit De Art celebrates art with artists such as Andrina Turenne and Mise en Scene. – ICI Radio

Ryan Keown talks about his music, upcoming plans, and more. – Canadian Beats

Ryan Keown gets put on the spot. – Canadian Beats

Ali Fontaine performs at Marymound, a celebration of Aboriginal culture. – CBC News

Ali Fontaine performs for over 1000 people at Marymound School. – Nation Talk

Living Hour’s creativity flourishes in Winnipeg winters. – Under The Radar Mag

Ruth Moody charms. – Eugene Weekly

Get informed on all upcoming summer festivals. – The Uniter

Dauphin celebrates grand opening of their radio station. – 730CKDM

Remembering Propagandhi’s release of Less Talk, More Rock 20 years ago. – Noisey

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