Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Manitoba Music and Graffiti Art Programming hosting a special New Music Night. – MyToba

Pipe & Hat Music Group is set to take over the scene. – Winnipeg Free Press

Steve Bell prepares to celebrate twentieth album. – The Manitoban + FREE Download

The Treble’s “Wherever You Go” is a song you must hear this week. – The Edge

The Treble discuss video for “Wherever You Go”, tour dates and their sound. – CP24

Check out photos of The Treble’s performance at The Drake. – Canadian Beats

The Treble reflect on beginnings, Winnipeg’s music scene, fundraising, and more. – Rudy Blair Media

Folk Fest in the City supports community programs, nurtures local music community. – Nation Talk

Claude Bellefeuille discusses his music. – ICI Radio Canada

Real Love Winnipeg comes through again with fifth edition of Beach Station Blues. – Next North West

Ghost Twin collaborates with Das mörtal on new music. – Nightlife

À La Mode’s Perfection Salad is unafraid to be poppy, and the lyrics are unafraid to be heartfelt. – Grayowl Point

Get the low down on Sweet Alibi. – Style Manitoba

Moon Tan wins Indie Week. – The Scene Magazine

Winnipeg's own 2oolman plants a flag for the Halluci Nation with his crew of A Tribe Called Red. – Macleans

A Tribe Called Red breaks down its “Powwow-Step” style. – KSUT

Royal Canoe’s Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit is fresh, colourful and unpredictable. – Sentire As Coltare

Russell Lee releases video for single, "Picture". –  Video Music Stars

Fred Penner is not just nostalgic, he’s still opening doors. – Beatroute

Kayla Luky gets ready for her CD release party. – 730 CKDM

William Glesby Centre welcomes Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. – Portage Daily Graphic

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