Articles

Recent Articles

Review: Long Fall Back To Earth By Jars Of Clay

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

The Long Fall Back To Earth is the tenth studio release by Jars of Clay, an album focused on relationships and community, as the lyrics outline the struggle and complexity of relationships, and what makes the struggle worth it. 


Review: 10 By Mercy Me

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

Ten years ago Mercy Me’s Bart Millard wrote, “I Can Only Imagine” -  a song that established Mercy Me as one of Christian Music’s biggest bands. To celebrate the anniversary of “I Can Only Imagine” Mercy Me has released 10, a CD/DVD collection of 12 number one singles and video from throughout the band’s career.


Review: Innocence & Instinct By RED

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

Innocence & Instinct, the sophomore release from Nashville-based rock group RED, delivers powerful words backed with heavy, yet melodic riffs. The album has a familiar feel to RED’s first albumBreak the Silence yet still maintains a distinctive separation.


Review: Chorus Of The Saints By Revive

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

Starting today, March 10, 2009 America will get a taste of what people in Australia and those who attended Third Day’s 2008-2009 Revelation tour have experienced, Revive. Their debut release, Chorus of the Saints, is a 12-song album produced by Third Day front man Mac Powell.


Review: Blessed Be Your Name - The Hits By Tree63

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

Worship artist Tree63's newest album Blessed Be Your Name - The Hits delivers a true representation of the best-yet from their 10-year career. Featuring their chart-topping single "Blessed Be Your Name", the track that pushed them the forefront of Christian Music and was honored as Billboard Magazine’s #1 most played Christian Song of the Year in 2004, this album includes also such Tree63 essentials “Look What You’ve Done,” “I Stand For You,” “All Over The World” and “Sunday.” 


Review: Bebo Norman, Self Titled

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

Bebo Norman's seventh album is a self-titled effort, his second release with label BEC Recordings, and a record that focuses on new beginnings and rebuilding from brokenness.


Review: To Know That You’re Alive By Kutless

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

To Know That You’re Alive, Kutless’ fifth album, is another solid effort from the Portland-based rock group. Kutless continues to blend their strong Christian message with hard rock riffs, making a unique sound that has something for everyone.


Review: Rock What You Got By Superchick

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

In early 2001, a new band emerged onto the Christian music scene, singing about a One Girl Revolution and prophetically singing of a mysterious group of sisters known as "Barlow Girls."  Over the next few years, the girls (and guys) of Superchick began showing up all over the place.  Think you heard…Read More


Review: The Altar And The Door Live CD/DVD By Casting Crowns

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

If you couldn’t get tickets to see Casting Crowns’ The Altar and The Door Tour, you can see and hear it all in their new live CD/DVD set: The Altar and The Door Live.


Review: Alive And Transported CD/DVD By Toby Mac

Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

Alive and Transported is the first ever live CD/DVD set released by TobyMac. This performance was captured during the Portable Sounds Tour in Houston, TX. It is certainly one of the best live recordings I have ever heard. What makes this recording remarkable is the way they were able to isolate each instrument and vocal part with studio precision.


Page 2 of 5 pages  < 1 2 3 4 >  Last ›