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St. James Plays It Safe on I Will Praise You

After six years away from the studio, Rebecca St. James plays it safe with her latest worship release, I Will Praise You. Here’s hoping that new, more creative work will follow.

Cockburn’s Latest is a Small Source of Comfort

Forty years and 31 albums in, legendary singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn releases Small Source of Comfort, an album with still more poignant, articulate ruminations on living.

Something Big is in Store from Mary Mary

Eleven years and three GRAMMY Awards later, the duo still has its groove on as evidenced by this well-targeted fifth album, Something Big.

Kirk Franklin’s Not Afraid on Hello Fear

Kirk Franklin is as uplifting as ever and especially transparent on Hello Fear, an epic 75-minute gospel, R&B, pop, and worship experience.

Collaboration Lives in Raising Up the Dead

Inspired musicianship and lyrics and Caedmon’s Call’s wonderfully collaborative spirit make Raising Up the Dead one of their finest efforts yet.

Sincerity Reigns Supreme on Weights & Wings

When evaluating singer/songwriter Matt Wertz’s latest project, Weights & Wings, an old adage immediately springs to mind: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

Closer Reveals a New Chapter for Shawn McDonald

Singer/songwriter Shawn McDonald is no stranger to openly sharing his struggles—whether it’s from stage or in his deeply personal lyrics.

Worship Continues on Passion's Here for You

Here for You captures the voices of over 20,000 college students singing along with worship leaders Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockels, David Crowder Band, Kristian Stanfill, Matt Redman and Charlie Hall.

Abandon Kansas Debuts with Ad Astra Per Aspera

Abandon Kansas debuts with Ad Astra Per Aspera (the Kansas state motto which means “to the stars through difficulty”), revealing a band with much to say and a palatable vehicle for these ideas.

Anthem Song: Aaron Gillespie's Softer Side

After Aaron Gillespie amicably parted ways with Underoath last year, he struck out to record his first official solo project, Anthem Song, with producer Aaron Sprinkle.

Francesca Battistelli Matures in Hundred More Years

Since compelling art is often inspired by personal experience, marriage and motherhood offer Dove Award-winning Francesca Battistelli plenty of material to draw from on Hundred More Years.

Tenth Avenue North Takes Fans Inside

Tenth Avenue North has already captivated audiences with its brand of pop/rock, filled with signature hooks and profound lyrical content. Now fans are treated to a closer look at the members behind the band.

Jamie Grace’s Hold Me EP Keeps It Diverse

Much like the guy who founded her record label, the always-diverse tobyMac, nineteen-year-old singer/songwriter Jamie Grace isn’t afraid to mix things up either on her four-song debut, Hold Me.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 24, 2011 |
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Doerksen Brings Intimacy to Worship on Level Ground

In an unprecedented approach for his sixth full-length album, Brian Doerksen placed the musicians among the worshippers in an intimate setting, producing 13 tracks that epitomize a worshipful aura.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • February 21, 2011 |
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Stryper Gets the Band Back Together for The Covering

Last seen struggling to weather changing musical tastes in the early 1990s, the original Stryper lineup has regrouped for The Covering, an unabashed head-banging record that finds the band going back even further, blazing through other top acts’ hot metal tunes from the 1970s and early ’80s.

Aftermath's Results Are Powerful Praise

While the word aftermath is generally used to describe the negative outcome of a tragic incident, the members of Hillsong United put a unique twist on the definition for their second official studio album and eleventh full-length recording.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • February 17, 2011 |
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Parachute Band Sounds Fresh on Love without Measure

Although Parachute Band has a reputation for touring incessantly, the band sounds fresh and hungry throughout Love without Measure. It adds up to a winning album that won’t just appeal to those seeking another collection of worship songs.

See You Explores Life through Lens of Faith

Far more polished than anything from Trying to Fit an Ocean in a Cup, without losing any of its lovable spontaneity, Josh Wilson’s work only keeps getting better as he continues to explore real life through the unique lens of faith on See You.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 10, 2011 |
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Hawk Nelson Ponders Authentic Faith on Crazy Love

A Christian rock band calling its new album Crazy Love invites comparison to Francis Chan's current book of the same title—a million-seller aimed at believers "hungry for an authentic faith that addresses the problems of our world with tangible, even radical, solutions."

Red Gets Louder and More Intense on Faces

Red typically gets associated with anger in the entries on color symbolism, so it's not surprising that Until We Have Faces, the third album from modern rock band Red, is louder and more intense than the previous two offerings from the Dove Award-winning rockers

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