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Live Captures DecembeRadio's On-Stage Intensity

Not only has DecembeRadio turned in two sterling studio CDs accompanied by even more explosive shows, but they've just put the finishing touches on a full-length audio and visual concert collection to mirror that on-stage intensity.

Expect the Expected with Robbie Seay Band's Miracle

Robbie Seay Band's Miracle, features everything you've come to expect and not much else. In this case that's completely and totally fine, because whoever's in charge of the melodies here might just be the finest songsmith in the genre.

Point of Grace Goes Country on No Changin' Us

Point of Grace has brought on producer Nathan Chapman, unleashing the Nashville machine on all 11 tracks on No Changin' Us. And from suddenly truncated verb endings to enhanced accents to pedal steel, the points have officially gone country.

More Than Noise Doesn't Break the Mold

Like its previous two projects, More Than Noise finds Pocket Full of Rocks turning in a mildly likeable, albeit generally unremarkable, batch of praise tunes that don't break the genre's mold but are no doubt reverent with their intention.

Everything Really Is Different Now on Stellar Kart's Latest

Even though the perpetually fun fab four known as Stellar Kart still perform hyper-energetic pop/punk/rock on stage night after night, there's a maturation process at work on their fourth full-length studio recording, Everything Is Different Now.

That Was Then, This Is Now a Fine Showcase for Chasen

Arena-worthy hooks? Check. Sophisticated production? Check. Chart-topping lead single? Check. New Artist of the Year Dove trophy? Well, not yet. But worship-tinted, pop/rock band, Chasen, is poised to be Christian music's next big thing.

Much of the Same on Meredith Andrews' Follow-up

With her sophomore record, As Long As It Takes, worship leader Meredith Andrews continues the pop worship trend with a set of songs produced to appeal to both her praise and worship constituency and radio playlists.

Pieces of a Real Heart Should Quell the Questioning

After nearly a decade in the industry, Sanctus Real might wonder if it still has a relevant foothold in popular Christian music. The honest lyrical and musical charm of Pieces of a Real Heart should quell the questioning.

Fireflight Evolves Stylistically, Musically on For Those Who Wait

For its third CD, Fireflight left the runway with the goal of evolving stylistically and musically, and as the results on For Those Who Wait indicate, that mission was mostly accomplished. The female-fronted troupe seems to have rallied the confidence it lacked across earlier albums.

All Star United's Jolt Still Enjoyable on The Good Album

All Star United is not washed up by any means, but more like a slightly dulled version of its previous self—which, given its high-octane approach on the whole, is still able to provide an enjoyable jolt of energy, attitude and encouragement.

Starfield Crosses Worship and Pop, Faith and Doubt in Saving One

Canadian born and bred rock quartet Starfield continues its association of worship with pop/rock in its fourth release, The Saving One, while acknowledging the Christian walk's split reality between faith and doubt.

International Eyes Influence Newworldson's Second Set

Having spent the past two years touring not only North America, but all over the world, Newworldson combines their newfound international eyes and famed grooves to record a bigger, and more diverse, sounding collection than before.

Of Men and Angels Another Fine Addition from The Rocket Summer

The beauty of The Rocket Summer is that there's rarely a misstep along the way with his whip-smart lyrical turns and enticing pop structures. His latest release, Of Men and Angels, is another fine addition in such a promising catalog.

Fair is Back with Disappearing World

Fair may only be on its sophomore CD with Disappearing World, but it's clear these guys known how to write insanely catchy hooks over sophisticated lyrics that speak of grace, healing and renewal across a myriad of '60s, '70s and a handful of '80s influences.

Newsong Keeps Going Strong with Give Yourself Away

Co-writes with Matthew West, Sanctus Real's Matt Hammitt and album producer, Charlie Peacock (Switchfoot, Sara Groves), help propel the veteran group into its third decade of ministry with Give Yourself Away.

Deas Vail's Birds & Cages Worth the Wait

From the opening falsetto and smart pop hook of "The Things You Were" through the somber piano refrains of "Atlantis," every single slice of this aural dessert is absolutely delicious. The wait has been worth every second.

Indie Rock Roots Maintained on Abandon Kansas' Debut

While Abandon Kansas amassed so much attention locally that its sound earned the attention of Gotee Records, this debut EP maintains its artful, indie rock roots—yet creatively manages to have mainstream appeal in the process.

TobyMac Brings More Attitude, Extra Juice to Tonight

On this follow-up to the triumphant Portable Sounds, TobyMac once again delivers his remarkably consistent rap/hip-hop/alternative rock aura—but with some extra juice and more attitude than ever before.

Seabird Attempts to Quell the Tide with Rocks

For a band quoted as perfectly content "being the underdog" for their entire career if "that meant surprising the critics and naysayers every time we scored a touchdown," Seabird must have ignored their recent mainstream achievements.

Despite Buildup, Unhindered Falls Short on Be

Though its intentions are certainly noble and there's no doubt that Teen Mania Ministries' EE-Taow Records' first signees, Unhindered, are sincere, the group's national debut disc Be falls a bit short of the buildup.

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