In the bygone age of 2012, a throat-singing ensemble of ex-punks chanting about clubbing seals and food security in Iqaluit was too out-there to be picked up by all but the most indie of labels.
Classic Gaeltachts serve as a place for Irish populations to reconnect with a heritage and culture left in tatters after centuries of English subjugation.
Titled Breaking the Mould: The Next Generation of Political Engagement, the event was structured as a town hall session with the 2019 Prime Ministerial candidate.
Each track manages to be shockingly unique, and all of them blur the lines between traditional music genres. Rhythm and riffs combine to create a sense of excitement and mystery that is not often seen in metal.
In some cases these are incremental upgrades over what students have come to expect out of our facilities; dim projectors have been replaced with high definition video displays, and desks have been designed for laptop use with additional plugs and ports.
The exhibit focused primarily on the impact that industry and human development have had on the environment, and by extension our perception of the world. But it also had an element of optimism, championing the idea that the arts and sciences can work together to confront global issues.