The people descended upon Winnipeg this weekend for the 2014 Juno Awards. Outside Music has good reason to celebrate as our own Justin Rutledge picked up the Best Roots/Traditional Solo Album for Valleyheart! The album is available in stores and available through the Outside Music Store.
The Arctic Monkeys were busy at 2014 BRIT Awards, winning British Group of the Year and Album of the Year for AM, and also entertaining the crowds with a performance of “R U Mine?”
They also announced their summer plans which includes extensive travel plans throughout North America. Their announcement revealed they will be at Bonnaroo and Firefly Music Festival. Toronto will be lucky enough to host the Arctic Monkeys on June 21 at Molson Amphitheater.
The 2014 Juno nominees were announced today, and we would like to congratulate all those who were nominated! The awards will be taking place in Winnipeg, Manitoba on March 30, 2014.
We’re excited to say that Outside Music Label‘s The Sadies have been recognized for their record Internal Sounds with a nomination in the Adult Alternative Album of The Year category, and Justin Rutledge’s Valleyheart is also nominated in the Solo Roots & Traditional Album of the Year category.
Below is a list of artists who are distributed through Outside Music who were also nominated for this year’s awards! Big kudos! To see the full list of nominees, please visit http://junoawards.ca/
ADULT ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Shut Down the Streets – A.C. Newman
Tall Tall Shadow – Basia Bulat
Us Alone – Hayden
(Arts & Crafts*Universal)
Forever Endeavour- Ron Sexsmith
Internal Sounds – The Sadies
TRADITIONAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Nine - Carn Davidson 9
The Ian McDougall 12tet LIVE - Ian McDougall 12-tet
Our Second Set – John MacLeod & His Rex Hotel Orchestra
Ripple Effect – Mike Downes
Look for the Silver Lining- Phil Dwyer and Don Thompson
INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
New History Warfare Vol.3: To See More Light – Colin Stetson
Dalmak – Esmerine
Senna – Mahogany Frog
Down Home- Petr Cancura
Invitation – The Peggy Lee Band
ROOTS & TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: SOLO
Come Cry With Me – Daniel Romano
So Say We All- David Francey
Don’t Get Too Grand – Donovan Woods
Valleyheart- Justin Rutledge
Tin Star – Lindi Ortega
ROOTS & TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: GROUP (SPONSORED BY WINNIPEG FOLK FESTIVAL)
The Folk Sinner – Lee Harvey Osmond
Bison Ranch Recording Sessions – Little Miss Higgins & The Winnipeg Five
Volume One – The Devin Cuddy Band
We Still Move On Dance Floors – The Strumbellas
Island of Echoes- The Wilderness of Manitoba
BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Come on Down – David Gogo
(Cordova Bay*Fontana North)
Can You Hear the Music- Downchild
Soulscape- Harrison Kennedy
My Guitar’s My Only Friend- James Buddy Rogers
All Frequencies – MonkeyJunk
WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Sabor A Café- Adonis Puentes
Lamentation of Swans – A Journey Towards Silence – Azam Ali and Loga R.Torkian
Walk to the Sea- David Buchbinder & Odessa/Havana
Jumbie in the Jukebox- Kobo Town
Lume, Lume- Lemon Bucket Orkestra
UPDATE: Here’s the Arctic Monkeys performance from the David Letterman performance last night! Hot Damn!
Tune into CBS tonight at 11:35 EST to catch the Arctic Monkeys perform “Do I Wanna Know?” off their latest record AM .Louis C.K. will also be a guest as well.
So many great releases this week, and so many more to round out the cold cold month of January!
New This Week!!!!
The Hidden Cameras – Age (Outside Music Label)
Damien Jurado – Brother and Sisters Of The Eternal Son (Secretly Canadian)
Mogwai - Rave Tapes (Sub Pop)
Jeremey Jay – Abandoned Apartments (K Records)
Doug Paisley – Strong Feelings [Vinyl] (No Quarter)
Abram Shook – Sun Marquee (Western Vinyl)
Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial – Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything (Constellation)
Various Artists – V1/Killed By Deathrock (Sacred Bones)
Aa – VoyAager (Northern Spy)
Actress – Ghettoville (Ninja Tune)
Autumn Defense – Fifth (Yep Roc)
Dum Dum Girls – Too True (Sub Pop)
Gem Club – In Roses (Hardly Art)
Guardian Alien – Spiritual Emergency (Thrill Jockey)
Habibi – Habibi (Burger Records)
Eleni Mandell – Let’s Fly a Kite (Yep Roc)
New Mendicants – Into the Lime (Ashmont)
Peggy Sue – Choir of Echoes (Yep Roc)
Pontiak – Innocence (Thrill Jockey)
Skinny Puppy – Greater Wrong OF The Right (Metropolis)
Various Artists – Punk 45 Underground Punk In the UK Vol. 2 (Soul Jazz Records)
No Age took centre stage on Letterman last night doing what they do best – making noise!! The duo performed their song “C’mon, Simmung” from their latest album An Object. Check it out!
Alexandre Desilets will be releasing his new album, Fancy Ghetto on February 11th on Indica Records. Check out the new video for Renegat!
There are a lot of great new releases to look forward to this month…here are a couple. Here’s a quick rundown of what’s to come!
The Hidden Cameras – Age (Outside Music)
Damien Jurado – Brothers and Sisters of The Eternal Son (Secretly Canadian)
Mogwai – Rave Tapes (Sub Pop)
Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra – Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything (Constellation)
New This Week:
Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – South (File Under: Music)
Hiss Golden Messenger – Bad Debt (Paradise of Bachelors)
Painted Palms – Forever (Polyvinyl)
Check out these new releases and more available through Outside Music.
All you Game of Thrones fans out there – there’s a new trailer up for the upcoming season. Chelsea Wolfe’s “Feral Love” is the song which provides the dramatic and suspenseful buildup to the anticipated season 4 of Game of Thrones. Check it out below! Feral Love is featured on Chelsea Wolfe’s latest album Pain is Beauty out on Sargent House.