Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Indian City, C-Weed, Kimberley Dawn, Billy Joe Green, Rhonda Head nominated for Native American Music Awards. – CBC

Manitoba artists land nominations for the Native American Music Awards. – Nation Talk

Five Manitoba artists nominated for the Native American Music Awards. – My Informs

The Bros. Landreth feel at home in the prairies. – Western Wheel

You have to hear The Bros. Landreth for yourself. – Sylvan Lake News

Odanah explores desert psych rock with “Hesitation”. – Exclaim

Panicland wants everyone to have fun. – The Music Express

Stream Royal Canoe’s album, Something Got Lost Between Here And The Orbit. – Consequence Of Sound

Royal Canoe crafts intricately engaging pop tunes, rain or shine. – Exclaim

Royal Canoe reflects on their name, songwriting process, and star instrument: a water bottle. – Waterloo Chronicle

Royal Canoe performs “Somersault” and expresses love for Winnipeg. – CBC Radio Q

Royal Canoe will give you everything you’ve ever wanted out of music. – Speak Into My Good Eye

Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit is Royal Canoe’s most expansive album yet. – Spill Magazine

Leonard Sumner, Royal Canoe and Lanikai provide some new music for your Friday. – Spotify 

Give John K. Samson’s “Postdoc Blues” a first listen, then do it again. – Indie88

KEN mode is back with their 7"/digital EP, Nerve. – Lambgoat

Lanikai announces debut album and premiere’s new single, “I’m Glad”. – Exclaim

Three tunes from Living Hour. – Paste Magazine

A Tribe Called Red, featuring 2oolman, launches lightning rod album, We Are The Halluci Nation. – Montreal Gazette

Stream A Tribe Called Red’s full album, We Are The Halluci Nation. – RPM

A Tribe Called Red features stacked guest list. – Ottawa Citizen

Duotang’s “Reactionaries” is featured on a benefit compilation, Taking It To Heart. – Chart Attack

According to Duotang, “Karma Needs To Come Around”. – 3am Revelations

iansucks concocts a cacophony of sound with gnarly guitar riffs in “Person Box”. – Impose Magazine

Jaylene Johnson releases honest and authentic record of struggle and sweet surprise, Potter and Clay. – Weekend Radio Show

Jaylene Johnson tells a tale of two miracles on Potter and Clay. – Abbotsford Today

Summer Lights Music Festival boasts fantastic turnout. – Brandon Sun

The Perms new song “Lose Yourself” is about making the most out of one’s life. – The Permanent Rain Press

Emily and the Moon invites you into her house. – The Uniter

Solhounds stand out with their own unique brand of hard rock. – The Manitoban

Manitoba’s golden boy, James Ehnes, wows audience as soloist and conductor. – Latest Canada

Peg city vet, Len Bowen releases follow up EP, The Going Away Party. – PWR Moves

Punks do good deeds too. – Stylus Magazine

ManyFest brought out thousands. – My Informs

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