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by Various Artists

Original songs by Berklee College of Music students.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Come Home to Love (feat. Ryan Kim, Jeff Halpin Jr., Lance Fisher & Adam Manning)
Kelsey Blackstone
4:22 $0.99
2. Dear America
Miguel Soto, Taller Than Trees, Xiaoyi Darcy Ying, Máximo Abraham, Hugo Avendaño, Alan Milstein, Kate Vaughn & Ronald Vincenzo Khaw De Leon
4:12 $0.99
3. How to Drown a Fish (feat. Alice Schroeder, Sebastian Valencia, Jamie Rose & Jacob Schall)
Larkspur Gunther
2:53 $0.99
4. Man with a Say
Sophia Gripari
3:27 $0.99
5. Blame It on the Black Dress (feat. Stewart Mitchell & Joseph Matveyenko)
Jenni Rudolph & Makayla Colonello
3:09 $0.99
6. Inercia (feat. Esperanza Delgado, Carles Pereira, Bastien Rieser, Baris Dogukan Yazici, Claudia Medina & Ian Lazan)
Mar Fayos
2:35 $0.99
7. Confusing World (feat. Ryan Arshonsky & Sam Poll)
Julian Greenwell
3:22 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Message from Sean P. Hagon, chair of the Professional Music Department, and Toki Wright, assistant chair of
the Professional Music Department:

If you are looking for indicators as to where society is headed, you will find them in music. Whether we are dealing with issues of race, sexuality, class, gender bias, the environment, media representation, or the decisions from our elected of cials, we are all taking part in co-creating a rapidly changing world. New ideas bring forth challenges to old ways of thinking. New technologies bring us closer and create deeper division.

This year’s album is titled HORIZON to point out that no matter where you stand, we are all facing a horizon of some sort. For the label’s 16th album, the Professional Music Department posed the question to Berklee students: “Where do we go from here?” Dozens of students responded, and these selections rose to the top. We welcome you to take a journey with seven different bands whose paths aligned on this musical journey toward the horizon.

1.“Come Home to Love” by Kelsey Blackstone
Vocals: Kelsey Blackstone
Guitar: Ryan Kim
Bass: Jeff Halpin Jr.
Drums: Lance Fisher
Keyboard: Kelsey Blackstone
Saxophone: Adam Manning

2. “Dear America” by Miguel Soto
Vocals: Miguel Soto
Electric guitar: Máximo Abraham
Drums: Hugo Avendaño
Bass: Alan Milstein
Piano: Xiaoyi “Darcy” Ying
Strings: Kate Vaughn and Ronald Vincenzo Khaw de Leon
Arrangers: Xiaoyi “Darcy” Ying and Miguel Soto
Producer: Xiaoyi “Darcy” Ying
Strings Recording Engineer: Yilun Zhang

Vocals recorded at Studio A at Berklee in Valencia, Spain.

3. “How to Drown a Fish” by Larkspur Gunther
Vocals: Larkspur Gunther and Alice Schroeder
Keyboard: Alice Schroeder
Bass: Sebastian Valencia
Lead Guitar: Jamie Rose
Rhythm guitar: Larkspur Gunther
Drums: Jacob Schall
Arranger: How to Drown a Fish band

4. “Man With A Say” by Sophia Gripari
Vocals: Sophia Gripari
Keyboard: Sophia Gripari
Synthesizer: Sophia Gripari
Guitar: Sophia Gripari
Bass: Sophia Gripari
Drum programming: Sophia Gripari
FX and additional MIDI: Sophia Gripari
Arranger: Sophia Gripari
Producer: Sophia Gripari
Mixing Engineer: Sophia Gripari

Recorded in Sophia Gripari’s home studio in Boston, Massachusetts.

5. “Blame it on the Black Dress” by Jenni Rudolph and Makayla Colonello
Vocals: Jenni Rudolph and Makayla Colonello
Synthesizer: Stewart Mitchell
Additional synthesizer: Joseph Matveyenko
Producers: Stewart Mitchell and Jenni Rudolph
Arranger: Stewart Mitchell
Mixing Engineer: Stewart Mitchell

Recorded in Stewart Mitchell’s home studio in Boston, Massachusetts.

6. “Inercia” by Mar Fayos
Lead vocals: Mar Fayos
Background vocals: Esperanza Delgado
Drums: Carles Pereira
Trumpet: Bastien Rieser and Baris Dogukan Yazici
Tenor Sax: Claudia Medina
Trombone: Ian Lazan
Producer: Nacho Ciervo Jones
Arranger: Claudia Medina
Mixing Engineer: Nick Kodonas
Recording engineer (Studio C): Ivan Molho

Lead vocals recorded in Studio C at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

7. “Confusing World” by Julian Greenwell
Vocals, piano, acoustic guitar, and bass guitar: Julian Greenwell:
Drums and electric guitar: Ryan Arshonsky
Additional spoke vocals: Sam Poll

Berklee Revelation Records (BRR) is a student-run, artist-driven label created to present the top artists from Berklee College of Music. BRR, formerly known as Jazz Revelation Records, was founded by former Berklee student, Paul Im, and HORIZON is the label’s sixteenth album.

Faculty Advisor
Jes Perry

Professional Music Department Assistant Chair
Toki Wright

Professional Music Department Chair
Sean P. Hagon

Professional Music Department Coordinator
Erin Raber

Mix One Staff and Interns
Adam Weiss, Fang Fang, Zack Greenstein

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by (unless otherwise noted):
Adam Weiss
Mix One Studios in Boston, Massachusetts

BRR offers a special thank you to artistic advisors: Sean P. Hagon, chair of the Professional Music Department; Jes Perry, assistant professor in the Professional Music Department; and Toki Wright, assistant chair of the Professional Music Department.

Berklee Revelation Records (BRR) would like to thank: Roger H. Brown, Larry Simpson, Darla Hanley, Kate Kelleher, Erin Raber, and Berklee’s Marketing and Communications Department.

© 2019 by Berklee Revelation Records
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Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.



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