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Christian Music - Reviews, News, Interviews

Saddleback’s Ryan Fearless on Debut

Saddleback Church worship pastor Travis Ryan offers his debut with worship in the vein of Lincoln Brewster or Matt Redman.

Landon Is Overcome on Sophomore Release

On her sophomore release, Lara Landon lays her soul bare in an honest effort that provides a glimpse into her heart.

Lots to Love About A Thousand Little Things

Point of Grace offers well done, radio-ready inspiration and sings about how they live on this light country-influenced album.

Clear the Stage for Needham's Fifth Project

Jimmy Needham’s latest endeavor is without doubt his best contribution yet, showing maturity both musically and lyrically.

Thousand Foot Krutch Rocks on in The End

Except for a few acoustic diversions, Thousand Foot Krutch offers heavy-hitting, stadium-sized tunes on their sixth studio album.

I Choose Jesus a Promising Debut

Moriah Peters’ relevant musical sense and vocal prowess catapults her ahead of peers also releasing debut albums this year.

Big Daddy Weave’s Well-Titled Love Shines

Well titled, Big Daddy Weave's Love Come to Life shines and is packed with reasons to seize the day and praise God for it.

Newworldson Sends Out Rebel Transmission

Part block party and part tent meeting, Newworldson’s third studio recording is as eclectic and exuberant as ever.

Manafest's Fighter Not Quite a Knockout

Manafest’s fifth studio project Fighter is a blistering set of tunes that swings hard, but doesn’t quite land a knockout punch.

KJ-52’s Dangerous Is Worth the Risk

Dangerous has a stronger electronic vibe, finding KJ-52 taking chances that result in compelling music that’s worth the risk.

Nockels Takes Listeners Into the Glorious

On Into the Glorious, Christy Nockels presents an album with understated production that allows her voice to brilliantly shine.

No Sophomore Slump on Live Like That

Sidewalk Prophets won the 2010 New Artist Dove Award, and the band’s second major label album, Live Like That, reminds us why.

Gold Shimmers with Grooves, Authenticity

Gold shimmers in its pop beats and content and finds Britt Nicole, once again, combining stylish grooves with authentic lyrics.

Barnes Has Talent and Stories to Tell

Dave Barnes may have made his living writing hit songs for others, but Stories to Tell confirms he’s got a solid original voice.

Passion: White Flag Sounds Call to Action

Rather than an attempt to gain musical recognition, this album is an ideology that represents a college movement with conviction.

Now Broadens Fireflight’s Appeal

On this fourth album, Fireflight makes subtle stylistic tweaks that move the metallic rock band closer to broader appeal.

Electronic Effects, Synth Flow in Current

On her fourth solo album, Sarah Macintosh combines thought-provoking lyrics with diverse electronic affects and heavy synth.

Samestate Positioned to Rock with Alignment

Kansas newcomers Samestate offers accessible, meat-and-potatoes pop/rock on its major label debut, The Alignment.

Nothing Left to Fear Has Its Moments

Under the guidance of super-producer Jason Ingram, singer/songwriter Andy Cherry’s debut contains plenty of memorable moments.

Sibling Harmonies Scintillate on Crave

Also known as Rebecca St. James’ brothers, For King & Country is sure to wow your eardrums with scintillating sibling harmonies.

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