Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Mobina Galore
Dead Ranch
John K. Samson
KEN mode
MISTER K
Mobina Galore
Moon Tan
Papa Mambo
Pyramid Cabaret
Royal Canoe
Six Shooter Records
The Noble Thiefs
The Weakerthans
Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival

The Sunday Brunch Collective combines local musicians with local cuisine. – Winnipeg Free Press

John K. Samson announces new solo album, Winter Wheat. – AV Club

The wait for John K. Samson's new album is almost over. – Brooklyn Vegan

John K. Samson unveils forthcoming album, Winter Wheat. – Paste Magazine

Hear the new track, “Postdoc Blues”, from John K. Samson. – Real Gone Rocks

Dead Ranch takes its rock show on the road. – Beatroute

Dead Ranch finds a natural evolution to its sound. – Leader-Post

Dead Ranch gets ready to release its second full-length album, Brumation. – Strathmore Standard

Benefit concert raises thousands for Long Plain First Nation. – CBC News

Fundraiser for tornado-damaged First Nation draws hundreds. – Nation Talk

Mobina Galore release new, collaboratively-written album, Feeling Disconnected. – Metro News

Royal Canoe will hand deliver its new album, Something Got Lost Between Here And The Orbit. – CBC News

The Noble Thiefs draw from influences but the sound is something fresh. – Confront Magazine

Four reasons Moon Tan is the retro band of tomorrow, today. – Planets Mag

KEN mode premieres its take on Helmut’s song, “Turned Out”. – Lambgoat

Stream “Turned Out” by KEN  mode from the Helmet tribute album. – Brooklyn Vegan

Manitoba artists earn nods from Native American Music Awards, Indian Summer Music Awards. – Nation Talk

Watch Papa Mambo perform a song off of its new album. – Global News

Kevin Roy gears up to release his debut full-length album, Heartworn Highways. – Canadian Beats

SMRT releases new track, “No Way”. – Daily Chiefers

Six Shooter Records’ Interstellar Rodeo drew big names. – Winnipeg Free Press

Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival is finished for another year but the memories remain. – CP Herald

The Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival brought saw a great turnout and beautiful weather. – Portage Online

Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival had a perfect evening for music. – Winnipeg Free Press

The 32nd annual Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival was a smashing success. – Brandon Sun

Local artists and sustainable agriculture join forces at Harvest Sun Festival. – ICI Radio

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