Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Adam Hanney
À La Mode
Adam Hanney & Co.
Attica Riots
BreakOut West
Carly Dow
Doc Walker
Folk Music Ontario
French Press
Hearing Trees
John K. Samson
Kimberley Dawn
Living Hour
Mister K
Red Moon Road
Royal Canoe
The Catamounts
The Lytics
The Small Glories
Venetian Snares

Begonia beats everyone to the top. – CBC Music

Living Hour’s songs instill a sense of nostalgia, of hazy summer sunsets and picturesque days. – Monochrome Effect

The Catamounts’ instrumental surf rock style of music is always evolving. – The Uniter + FREE Download

Manitoba acts head to Regina for BreakOut West. – Nation Talk

Adam Hanney & Co. unveil some fresh visuals for their track “Cede”. – Exclaim

Winnipeg’s 2oolman of A Tribe Called Red aims to create a dialogue. – Track Record

Here’s a super catchy, indie pop gem from French Press. – Fingers On Blast

Hearing Trees left the room feeling deeply wholehearted. – The Permanent Rain Press

Carly Dow seeks inspiration in the Canadian wild. – Nova Craft

Carly Dow performs “Something Lost” in a canoe along the Yukon River. – Canoeing

Iansucks’ self-pity is replaced with courage on new album Don’t Give In To The Bad Feelings. – Gray Owl Point

Iansucks embraces the more morose aspects of youth in its lyrics. – Winnipeg Free Press

À La Mode’s Perfection Salad is a delicious recipe of synth-pop, slacker-rock and millennial melancholy. – Beatroute

Try some new music from John K. Samson and Micah Visser this Friday. – Spotify

Micah Visser’s new album is about moving Forward personally and musically. – Beatroute

Musical magic began when The Small Glories formed nearly three year ago. – Morrisburg Leader

Red Moon Road brings its stunning musicianship to Lancashire. – The West Morland Gazette

Red Moon Road entertains with a special mix of music and storytelling. – Berwick Advertiser

Kimberley Dawn gets put on the spot. – Canadian Beats

Kevin Roy takes to the Heartworn Highways. – Edmonton Journal

Attica Riots performs single “Love, Sunshine & Hysteria”. – Global News

John K. Samson’s new album is what you didn’t know you’d been waiting for. – CBC Music

The Lytics team up with Converse in “Legendary” video. – Complex

Stream Duotang's New Occupation. – Exclaim

Duotang premiere’s influence-inspired new track “The Mentors”. – Beatroute

Duotang is included in a full heart-healthy feast of music. – Calgary Herald

Venetian Snares came in like a bulldozer and left the audience out of breath. – Exclaim

Doc Walker performs “Beautiful Life". – Global News

Manitoba folk and roots acts head to Ottawa for Folk Music Ontario. – Nation Talk

Radio mainstay Howard Mandshein is a human encyclopedia of popular music. – Winnipeg Free Press

Royal Canoe use hometown show as opportunity to show how far they’ve come and say thank  you. – The Projector

Royal Canoe are danceable, quirky, and experimental all at once. – The Permanent Rain Press

Royal Canoe’s video for “Bicycle” provides a visual mishmash. – AAA Backstage

Royal Canoe’s video for “Bicycle” was written from a child’s perspective. – Confront Magazine

Members of Winnipeg’s local punk outfit WHIP invite you in. – The Uniter

Winnipeg comes to life at Culture Days and Nuit Blanche. – The Manitoban

Summer Lights Festival brings people together to listen to good music. – Westman Journal

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