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Building 429 Redefined

“This [record] feels right, and I feel like we’ve gotten back to the roots of Building 429,” says Jason Roy of their latest. “When we put all those things together, we looked at each other and said, ‘Let’s self-title this thing. Let’s start over.’”

Switchfoot Offers Greatest Hits on The Best Yet

The most exciting part about The Best Yet is not only the fact it compiles all the monster hits from the band’s Columbia Records crossover years, but it also includes a handful of tunes from its often overlooked re:think era.

Reconnecting with …Guest

Siblings Brandon and Brittany Hargest will probably always be remembered for their time in teen group Jump5. But these days, they hope their brand-new duo status as Guest will show that they’ve graduated from the Radio Disney days.

Reiterate Finds GRITS Coloring Outside the Lines

GRITS' switch from Gotee to their own label, Revolution Art, finds the pair coloring a little outside the usual lines. But not at the expense of the chemistry and confidence they’ve steadily built since rising up alongside the rap days of dcTalk.

Camp Continues Growth on Speaking Louder Than Before

No matter what the topic, Jeremy Camp once again grows as a writer and vertically-focused entertainer whose continuously developing testimony is just as inspiring as the reflections sewn across Speaking Louder Than Before.

Building 429 Unleashes Fresh Vision on New Project

In a “season of finding what God has in store” and no longer conforming to “what everybody wants us to be or what we think we should be,” Building 429 front-man Jason Roy explains the band has something of its own to say.

Hillsong United: The Point of Difference

For the songs and music of Hillsong United to be recognized more and more, worship leader/songwriter Joel Houston actually admits, “Songwriting can be like swinging your arms recklessly,” never quite knowing where the punch will land.

  • Jackie A. Chapman |
  • November 18, 2008 |
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Ruth’s Anorak One of the Year’s Finest

Anorak completely trumps Ruth’s debut—from the songwriting to the musicianship and back again. The songs here are tight, mature and entirely enjoyable. And it will be, without a doubt, one of 2008’s finest releases.

Disciple: All Things New

Kevin Young, the lead vocalist for Disciple, has found the hard rock industry stalwarts adding three new members to the original trio in the biggest line-up change in the band’s history.

Mary Mary Mixes R&B, Gospel and More on The Sound

The Sound issues a musical force that erases any preconceived notions of Mary Mary’s capabilities. The sisters lay down the law, inserting elements of not only R&B and gospel, but electronic, dance, vintage soul and straight-up pop.

Michael W. Smith: Going Global

Michael W. Smith has trotted the globe to witness firsthand the plights of the impoverished. It has granted him the inspiration for A New Hallelujah, an epic musical experience recorded before 12,000 worshippers earlier this year.

Missing Pages Includes Unreleased Tracks, Remixes

KJ-52's The Yearbook: Missing Pages is a sequel of sorts to 2007's The Yearbook and provides several unreleased tracks from the recording sessions, plus a handful of remixes.

No Shady Ladies Here

New on the pop music front … Rebecca St. James is thinking about her next music project, had just released her latest book (Pure: A 90-Day Devotional) and is passionate about making quality, family-focused films.

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • November 07, 2008 |
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A Soulful Collection Extended on Mandisa’s Christmas

After last year’s Christmas Joy EP, Mandisa extends her holiday offerings this year on the full-length It’s Christmas. Three of the same songs pop up, but there are plenty of additional tracks in this soulful collection.

A New Sound

The latest in gospel music … “Get Up” from Mary Mary’s The Sound premiered on BET, Darwin Hobbs’ Free has seen great chart success and Dottie Peoples’ Do It is the first offering from her own record label.

It's Christmas the Shane & Shane Way on Glory

It’s the new tunes that stand out as the highlights on Shane & Shane’s first-ever Christmas project, Glory in the Highest. The instrumentation is richer on these tracks, and they are full of the duo’s signature sound.

Haddon Gets His Groove Back on Revealed

After a slight stylistic departure with the 2006 R&B/gospel-soul-infused concept album 7 Days, Deitrick Haddon has found his urban groove again with Revealed, the tenth and arguably boldest album in his eclectic career.

Christmas Is Celebrated on Phelps’ O Holy Night

David Phelps is one busy man. He is pairing up the fall release of his new studio record, The Voice, with a live Christmas extravaganza taped earlier this year: O Holy Night: A Live Holiday Celebration.

New Artist Spotlight: Remedy Drive

Remedy Drive attributes all of its success to the blessings of God and a strong fan base. And after playing 200-plus shows per year, Word Records finally rewarded the band for its efforts, landing one of the most promising new acts of 2008.

Cottrell’s Ring the Bells Overwhelms for the Holidays

If you buy just one holiday record this year, this is it. Ring the Bells is the perfect amalgamation of Cottrell’s artistic abilities and distinct call, which has an overwhelming effect on the listener. Some may call it goose bumps.

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