Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Basic Nature
À La Mode
Basic Nature
Carly Dow
Jaylene Johnson/Josephine Lily Music
JD and the Sunshine Band
John K. Samson
Justin Lacroix
Len Bowen
Living Hour
Mister K
Mitchell James
Roger Roger
Royal Canoe
Sierra Noble
TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival (Jazz Winnipeg Inc.)
The Bros. Landreth
The Lytics
The Secret Beach
The Small Glories
William Prince

Mitchell Shimnowski brings his love songs and local influences to the Sunday Brunch Collective. – Winnipeg Free Press

À La Mode presents video for off-kilter pop single “Total Doom”. – Grayowl Point + FREE download

À La Mode’s Perfection Salad contains bittersweet texts topped with sweet and colourful pop. – La Liberté

Spend a “Dreamy Day In July” with À La Mode. – Ride The Tempo

À La Mode heads out on tour in honour of new album, Perfection Salad. – Impose Magazine

À La Mode’s new album is delicate, but manages to punch you hard anyway. – Ear Things Blog

À La Mode is easily one of the most pleasant surprises of recent memory. – Heartbreaking Bravery

Jaylene Johnson performs “Falling” off new album Potter & Clay. – CTV News

Jaylene Johnson explores her spiritual roots. – Metro News

Jaylene Johnson’s new record, Potter & Clay, comes after years of challenges. – Langley Times

Jaylene Johnson performs song off of Potter & Clay. – Global News

JD and the Sunshine Band release rowdy new video for “The King Is Gone”. – Exclaim

The Small Glories work well together, think highly of each other, and that attributes to their success. – The Seeker

Kevin Roy’s album, Heartworn Highways is upbeat and thoughtful. – RM Outlook

Kevin Roy performs "Gone With The Wind". – Global News

Kevin Roy takes takes to the Heartworn Highways out west. – Pincher Creek Voice

Royal Canoe, Begonia, and Micah Visser make the list. – Spotify

Micah Visser performs some tunes and discusses his new EP Forward and touring. – CJLO

Basic Nature basks in the beauty of sadness. – Beatroute

William Prince and Justin Lacroix are among the exciting acts at BreakOut West Festival. – Van Music

Living Hour holds a spell over its captivated audience. – Amherst Student

Sierra Noble celebrates the release of her album, City Of Ghosts. – NCI FM

The Lytics are going to The JUNOS no matter what. – Winnipeg Free Press

The Lytics test their new shoes in new music video, “Legendary”. – Sidewalk Hustle

After a dozen years at the hellm, Paul Nolin departs from at Jazz Winnipeg. – Chris D

Mamadou represents Manitoba at Le Chant’Ouest 2016. – ICI Radio Canada

Carly Dow’s voice projects like moonbeams and Micah Erenberg has shiny eyes. – Listening to WPG

Royal Canoe’s album Something Got Lost Between Here And The Orbit is relevant to our times. – The Georgia Straight

Royal Canoe reveals new video for their song “Bicycle”. – Spill Magazine

John K. Samson brings his distinctive voice to new track, “Alpha Adept”. – Visions

Beloved frontman and purveyor of Can-rock poetry John K. Samson set to release second solo album. – Exclaim

Braedon Basseo from Panicland is a rockstar in the making. – We R Addicted

Len Bowen releases video for "Big Dreamer". – Ephin

Len Bowen resurfaces with new EP Goin’ Away Party. – Hip Hop Canada 

Local hip hop artist Ari i.Q. invites us into his house. – The Uniter

Duotang provides an uptempo, emo-mixed-art-rock number “Reactionaries” on Taking It To Heart compilation. – The Revue

Roger Roger's Fairweather is a lovely album packed with catchy melodies. – Music Riot

A Tribe Called Red, with Winnipeg’s 2oolman, explain how the band has evolved. – Indie88

A Tribe Called Red get their moment of recognition. – Brampton Guardian

A Tribe Called Red articulates resistance in ways rarely heard. – The Record

A Tribe Called Red uniquely pairs their indigenous culture and rhythms with new urban influences. – AAA Backstage

A Tribe Called Red actively invite more people into their world. – CBC Music

AudioOpera releases “Forever” video. – Much

Union Stockyards deliver loud, fast and gruff melodic hardcore. – The Punk Site

The Bros. Landreth put on a stunning performance that left toes tapping. – Sylvan Lake News

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