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
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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