Our very first: a collaborative project/a review with a voice/a release with some heart
From the Qallunology of Benoit Poirier: (Translated by Benoit Poirier)
A binomial of pancanadian ubiquity framed on the Guelph-Salluit polar vector, Qallunaat/Odemin feels the scope of passing time and attests of the humility of the voyageur/guest. An incremental project (its third flap part is already in the works) in which intimate fires are woven of quiet plains and mountains, of troubled waters and storms, warm like a midnight sun: hope is gray like that, tacking between arable rock and carved folk with a propensity for the tragic. Kudos to the Out Of Sound Rezonance Program, an initiative from the OoS label which allows young Inuits to take part in different steps of the DIY gestalt of an album (here, the silk-screening of the cover art, and some back vocals). Of quiet plains and mountains, of troubled waters and storms, Qallunaat/Odemin is an abundant oxymoron as vast as the Canadian Shield.