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Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Magnetic North (2010)
Let's Active, Primitives
Own, with occasional co-written songs and covers
Shalini makes shiny and accessible pop. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
The Surface and the Shine is the only one we've heard
2007—Electric Devil Records—EDR DCLXVII
See Shalini's site
Shalini—vocals, lead guitar, guitar, 12-string bass
Mitchell Blake Easter
Shalini Chatterjee aided by Mitch Easter and others makes bright, shiny and hummable pop on this record. She's really got some great songs, which makes it a good listen. The title song is an instant hit, easy to sing along to and with a nice tune. "White widow" is catchy and utterly wonderful. Shalini's record sounds like a lot of other things but all of them are so good that it doesn't matter. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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