Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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John K. Samson
À La Mode
BreakOut West
Doc Walker
Elessar Thiessen
Holy Void
Indicator Indicator
Jaylene Johnson/Josephine Lily Music
John K. Samson
KEN mode
Mister K
Royal Canoe
Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club

Western Canadian Music Awards announce 2016 winners. – Exclaim

Manitoba picked up hardware in nine categories at this year’s Western Canadian Music Awards. – My Toba

Manitoban artists take home WCMAs at this year’s BreakOut West. – Nation Talk

Indicator Indicator’s frontman takes a new direction. – Winnipeg Free Press FREE Download

Indicator Indicator takes a trip down memory lane with new video for “Love is Not Enough”. – Exclaim 

John K. Samson navigates nature and technology in Winter Wheat. – AV Club

Watch John K. Samson’s new video for “Postdoc Blues”. – Exclaim

John K. Samson makes music out of Manitoban isolation. – The Fader

Winter Wheat reminds us that John K. Samson is a singular voice in Canada. – Now Toronto

John K. Samson captures the deep and universal desires of his audience. – Visions

John K. Samson heads west in the new year. – The Georgia Straight

John K. Samson’s Winter Wheat is a logical continuation of his work. – Intro  

Mamadou sings about personal experiences. – BRBR TFO

Nestor Wynrush + Factor Chandelier - "Watermelon Slurpee. – Ugsmag

Doc Walker gets ready to support communities again with the CP Holiday Train. – Canadian Shipper

Times Change(d) gets a giant makeover. – CBC News

À La Mode’s video for “Total Doom” finds power in simplicity. – Heartbreaking Bravery

Winnipeg’s 2oolman and A Tribe Called Red redefine music of Canadian First Nations. – Blog Critics

Elessar Thiessen performs alongside Janaya Salmond. – Global News

Holy Void creates an exceptionally atmospheric EP perfect the cold winter months. – Stylus Magazine

AudioOpera explores real world relationships in the digital age with new EP, Flying From The River. – Thump

Explore the relationship between music and video through AudioOpera’s “Forever”. – The Uniter

KEN Mode takes us through an ideal day in Winnipeg. – Exclaim

Kevin Roy rises to #1 and #2 alongside other Manitoban artists. – Winnipeg Free Press

Jaylene Johnson brings her soul-nourishing pop out west. – Oak Bay News

Jaylene Johnson’s album is deepened in faith with warm, acoustically rich settings. – Vernon Morning Star

Iansucks turns failings, concerns, and bitter feelings into happy little pop songs. – Canadian Beats

Winnipeg emcee, Myazwe’s single “Changes” should not be overlooked. – Hip Hop Canada

View pictures from Royal Canoe’s performance in Quebec. – SORS-TU

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