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The Presence of Gravity

Atlanta hip hop artist Lecrae already checked “gain mainstream notice” off his to-do list with his 2011 album Rehab: The Overdose.

Lost Boy is Not Alone

Veteran singer songwriter Andrew Peterson returns this month with his latest release, Light For the Lost Boy, a project with 10 new songs that are pensive but reflective of hope.

The Upside of Down Offers A Variety of Worship

Thirty-year-old contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Chris August is certainly a musician to watch.

A Beautiful Struggle

A passage in Sarah Young’s best-selling devotional Jesus Calling states, “I designed you to commune with Me face to Face . . ."

Enjoy the Sound of The Midsummer Station

Here’s to the pop songwriters. It’s high time we admitted the massively difficult task they’ve undertaken.

Emerging Voices of Jesus Culture

This is one of the many reasons I love the Jesus Culture movement: they are not afraid to forsake the familiar for something new and fresh.

Patience Pays Off With Sixpence’s Latest

While there are countless stories of how the shifting tides of the music industry have affected your favorite bands in the past decade, one still can't help thinking that Sixpence None the Richer deserve a gold medal for patience.

Rhythm ‘N’ Moves Has Acoustic Charm

Oklahoma’s Capital Lights tore out of the alternative Christian music industry gate in 2008 with a punky power pop sound worthy of some crossover attention.

Jim Sonefeld is Found

Hootie & The Blowfish drummer takes faith public with Found, a five song EP about life and love.

On the Run A Breakout Success

After two albums trying to find separation from the glut of small-time Christian punk bands, Children 18:3 seeks to break out with On the Run.

Roberts Brings Energy to The Show

Kerrie Roberts saw moderate success with her debut. Now Roberts confidently steps onto the stage for her sophomore album.

House of Heroes Stands Tall in Want

Ohio’s House of Heroes may not have prime time sales yet, but this creative rock band clearly deserves a prime spot in the music collections of Switchfoot and Relient K fans.

Young Oceans a Delightful Worship Discovery

The outpouring of a worship collective from Trinity Grace Church in NYC, Young Oceans is a delightful discovery.

Cornerstone Sets a Christ-Centered Tone

How should the church respond in desperate times? Hillsong LIVE’s latest strives to ask and answer tough questions such as this.

Open Your Doors Invites Listeners to Rest

Open Your Doors is a charming album full of eccentric artistry and lovely harmonies from husband/wife duo Jenny & Tyler.

Wake Up Hints at Canopy Red's Potential

Because of the immeasurable untapped potential on Wake Up, listeners will wonder what Canopy Red’s next album might sound like.

Bellarive Takes Worship Outside the Box

On The Heartbeat, Bellarive’s piano-fueled anthems aim for more of a headphone-listening experience than the usual worship fare.

Positive Rhymes Move Space, Time, Continuum

Positive rhymes set The Washington Projects apart and make them an easy recommendation to any urban music fan.

Re:hymns Is and Isn’t Your Grandma’s Music

Re:hymns is not for everyone, but for a new generation of worshippers who want solid, pure theology set to cutting edge music.

The Choir Rocks Steady with The Loudest Sound

As The Loudest Sound Ever Heard suggests, The Choir is thriving while adding another rock-solid entry to an impressive catalog.

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