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Alive Showcases Kutless' Most Aggressive Sound Yet

On the band’s fifth full-length CD, To Know That You’re Alive, Kutless showcases its most aggressive sound yet with unlikely producer Pete Kipley pushing the alternative rockers to new sonic heights.

Impressive Vocals, Simple Lyrics Live on Ashmont Hill

Ashmont Hill can sing! Its self-titled debut is comprised of song after song of impressive vocals, accessible harmonies and lyrics so simple they are undeniably honest and transparent reflections of hearts filled with the love of Christ.

Sandi Patty Gives Listeners Songs for the Journey

With her twenty-sixth recording, Songs for the Journey, Gospel Music Hall of Famer Sandi Patty eases through 11 diverse, but cohesive tracks, pondering her faith from childhood to present day.

The IV Edition Speaks to the Cure for the Common Ills

On his fourth release, The IV Edition, music mogul Bryan Winchester (aka Braille) speaks to societal issues and the needs that each of us face in life, while keeping with his personal and honest approach to songwriting.

Since October Rocks Fierce and Loud with Heart

Since October is your average Linkin Park-esque, modern rock outfit with a knack for rap vocals and giving your parents a headache. The band’s album is so loud and so fierce, it would make P.O.D. proud.

Tribbett & G.A. Stand Out with Latest Gospel Offering

Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing’s (G.A.) latest effort, Stand Out, lives up to its moniker with driving rhythms that differentiate this gospel album from most. It sounds more like a rock album than a typical gospel-flavored record.

Telecast Comes into Its Own on Quiet Revolution

Reviews of the band’s previous releases claim that Telecast is an overtly Christian version of Coldplay. But with its 2008 offering, Quiet Revolution, the band has come into its own, fusing elements of synth and piano pop with unique roots in alternative rock.

Need Brings Back Indie Sound for Jake Smith

Jake Smith signed a record deal and left a record deal in a year’s time. He now releases All That We’ll Ever Need—a set of six, jazzy pop acoustic-and-piano songs.

Confidence Makes the Difference on Hello Kelly

From the very first chords, Hello Kelly is clearly something different in Christian music. Not in terms of sound—but in overall confidence and melodic prowess without trying too hard to be smart or accessible.

Albertine a Subtle, Unabashed Statement of Faith

Although, subtle at times, this is perhaps what makes Brooke Fraser’s Albertine so enchanting. A record for believers and non-believers alike, it’s an unabashed statement of faith.

Josh Wilson Debuts with Ocean in a Cup

Josh Wilson’s lucky or talented, but the latter is more likely the case. After all, he bit off what initially seems to be more than he can handle on his Sparrow debut, Trying to Fit the Ocean in a Cup.

Mission Comes First on Murphy’s Everything Changes

Mission House Music is the aptly-titled label behind Jim Murphy’s sophomore project. Both the label and the artist seem to center their energies on the mission first, with an openly Christ-first focus to their projects.

Evocative Tracks Comprise The Myriad’s Arrows

Unsure of the band’s future at the time of writing and recording, The Myriad set out to make the album they could be proud of for the rest of their lives. The result? Twelve evocative, cinematic tracks—each one an artful story unto itself.

Band’s Mission Permeates Over and Underneath

Tenth Avenue North’s Mike Donehey says the band’s mission is to “know Christ and make Him known.” A very vertical lyrical orientation and thoughtfully arranged soundscapes will open doors easily for this melodic message.

Stephanie Smith Spins Life Lessons into Gold on Debut

New Gotee artist Stephanie Smith has a story to tell, and she tells it well through the 12 rocking tracks of her debut Not Afraid. Her hard life lessons are spun into helpful gold that are sure to both entertain and help many young listeners.

Internet Buzz Paves the Way for What I Can’t See

At times dissonant and rollicking, and other times spacey and ambient, Out of Ruin’s What I Can’t See has been well received even before its release—getting close to 150,000 plays on MySpace within four months of posting.

Something Old and New on Dizmas Debut

Dizmas will serve well as both an introduction to new fans and a pleaser for old ones: it features six re-mastered tracks from the Credential projects and four new songs written especially for this debut on Forefront Records.

Salvador Sizzles on Sixth Studio Project

Salvador’s sixth studio project, Aware, contains much of the sizzle that first brought them into favor back in 2000. Salvador isn't doing much that’s new here. But as the only Spanish jam band in the market, they probably don’t need to reinvent the wheel.

Jami Smith Gently Rocks with Faith in You

It’s great to welcome back Jami Smith with her sixth studio album, a thirteen track collection of thoughtful, artful vertical songs—plus two bonus tracks. Worship lovers who like their rock gentle will adore this offering.

New Calvary Chapel Band Is Worth Dying For

Another export from the Calvary Chapel machine, Worth Dying For is a five-piece band from Modesto, CA. Lead singer Christy Johnson is wife to the church youth pastor, and the band’s ministry is the overflow of the weekly youth event, “The Stadium.”

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