2017 JUNOS NOMINEES

The JUNO Awards nominees for 2017 were announced yesterday, and we’re so excited for the recognition of some of our distributed artists and labels we work with! Outside Music would like to congratulate all those nominated and look forward to the awards show that will broadcast April 2, 2017. Here is a list of Outside Music distributed artists that were nominated for this year’s JUNO Awards:

Breakthrough Group of the Year

Bleeker

Cold Creek County

Bob Moses (Domino)

The Zolas

The Dirty Nil

 

Instrumental Album of the Year

The Ridge
Sarah Neufeld (Paper Bag Records)

 

Flow
David Braid

 

Movements 1
Blitz//Berlin

 

Bird’s Nest
The Fretless

 

Everyone Knows Everyone
Pugs & Crows and Tony Wilson

 

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

The Family Album
Matthew Barber & Jill Barber (Outside Music)

 

Why You Wanna Leave, Runaway Queen?
Lisa LeBlanc

 

Hobo Jungle Fever Dreams
Corin Raymond

 

Earthly Days
William Prince

 

Strange Country
Kacy & Clayton (Big White Cloud)

 

Traditional Roots Album of the Year

Someday the Heart Will Trouble the Mind
The High Bar Gang

 

Gathering
Maria Dunn (Distant Whisper Music)

 

The Original
Jenny Whiteley

 

Auprès du poêle
Ten Strings And A Goat Skin

 

Secret Victory
The East Pointers

 

Recording Package of the Year

OOBOPOPOP – Valaire (Indica)
Karim Charlebois-Zariffa (Art Director, Designer), Olivier Charland (Illustrator), Scottie Cameron (Photographer)

 

L’HEPTADE – Harmonium
John Wellman, Chris Sheppard, Joshua Geary (Art Directors)

 

SECRET PATH – Gord Downie
Jonathan Shedletzky (Art Director), Isis Essery (Designer), Jeff Lemaire (Illustrator)

 

LIVE AT COPPS – Alexisonfire
Justin Ellsworth (Art Director, Designer), Dustin Rabin (Photographer)

 

ART ANGELS – Grimes
Claire Boucher (Art Director, Designer, Illustrator), Rankin (Photographer)

 

Electronic Album of the Year

99.9%

KAYTRANADA

 

Congrats
Holy Fuck

 

We Are the Halluci Nation
A Tribe Called Red

 

Days Gone By
Bob Moses (Domino)

 

Checkpoint Titanium
Harrison

 

2017 marks the 46th JUNO Awards, with Ottawa being the host city of this year’s festivities and awards ceremony. For More info Click Here.