3. Plug In ICA
1. Star Blanket, Kenneth Lavallee
2. Back Alley Arctic
1. Tie: Spencer Adamus / Johanna Seier
2. Chloe Chafe
1. Witchpolice Radio
2. Paper Cut
3. Gilmore Girls Quarterly Report
1. Mama Cutsworth
2. DJ Blitz
3. DJ Louie Lovebird
1. The Laramie Project
2. Living Hour at RTMF
3. Disraeli Dreamers EP release
1. Urban Vacation—Success with houseplants
2. Disraeli Dreamers—Insomnia Island EP
3. Human Music—Human Music
2. Red Rising Magazine
3. Honourable mentions:
The Manitoban / Winnipeg Free Press
1. Frances Koncan
2. Honourable mentions: Melissa Martin / Jessica Seburn / Ally Sigurdson
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