Shekinah

Shekinah

Berklee College of Music Compilation

Epic

From the sweet folk “Bus To You” by Clare Muldaur (“You are the one I want to drive home to/wanna see your face when I open the door“) to a most harsh “Please The Devil” by Mancain and everything in between, including pop (“With or Without You” by Rhea), indie (“Out of My Mind” by Polina — the best track), and Linkin Park-style rock (“Another Lullaby” by Cami). There’s literally something that anyone and everyone would be happy with. No matter the genres any of these tracks may fall into, Shekinah is blooming with talent of all colors, and that’s enough. While most of the tracks fit into the slow alternative rock envelope, those that don’t are what make this a disc that should be owned by all.

Epic Records: http://www.epic.com

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