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Maclean Gets Our Attention on Debut

In an effort to appeal to the masses, a certain degree of individuality has been sacrificed on Dara Maclean’s debut.

Everything Burns Not So Brightly

There’s a hopeful if overdramatic tone to Everything Burns. The promising talent shown here might yet burn brighter.

Thirteen Years Later, Burlap to Cashmere is Back

A reunion of Steven Delopoulos, John Philippidis and Theodore Pagano has yielded an album 13 years in the making.

Come Down Another Fernando Ortega Triumph

Come Down, O Love Divine is a triumph for Fernando Ortega and a treat for those who appreciate his perspective.

Live Worship Offered with 10,000 Reasons

Like his 2004 effort titled Facedown, Matt Redman recorded 10,000 Reasons during a live worship event.

Love is Waiting Tears Down the Walls

It is said Danen Kane can "tear down the walls between traditional worship songs and songs about everyday life.”

God’s Word at the Heart of Dwell

Worship pastor Aaron Keyes is intentional about keeping God’s Word central in his pop-based songwriting.

Shonlock’s Got It on Never Odd or Even

A performing member of TobyMac’s Diverse City Band and now a solo artist, Shonlock has got the goods on his debut.

New Day Marks The Martins’ Return

Produced by Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus, New Day is a perfect blend of what The Martins fans have come to expect.

Tricia Brock Ventures Solo on The Road

The Road is paved with nothing but clarity of vocals, affecting lyrics and the best of modern worship. Superchick fans will love this release, as will others who enjoy solid worship music.

Folk-Tinged Worship Brought on This Journey

This is worship music meant not for the cavernous spaces of arenas filled with thousands of worshippers, but more at home in a cozy gathering of friends around a fire.

Peter Furler’s On Fire on Solo Debut

After amicably leaving newsboys, Peter Furler’s back already with a solo record. And it sounds great. The only quirk is that he sounds more like newsboys now than newsboys.

Experimentation Pays Off on Owl City’s Latest

Childlike wonder may still be the order of the day, but Owl City’s Adam Young also isn’t afraid to branch out into new musical territory on All Things Bright and Beautiful.

Royal Tailor Stays Safe with Black & White

New from Royal Tailor, Black & White is a relatively safe, but energetic, mix of vocal pop sure to garner comparisons to Maroon 5, Justin Timberlake, and Michael Jackson.

Angel & Chanelle is the New Trin-i-tee 5:7

Dove and Stellar Award-winning gospel/R&B group Trin-i-tee 5:7 is down to a duo on its first new album in nearly four years, but comes across as no less enjoyable than before.

Tasker Brings His Voice to a New Home

Nathan Tasker was an up-and-comer in Australia before arriving on the Nashville scene. But with this album, it would seem his career is on its way to finding a home stateside.

One Girl Introduces Katelynne Cox

If you want that extra dose of spirituality not necessarily found in Disney Channel acts like Selena Gomez & the Scene or Lemonade Mouth, give Katelynne Cox a chance.

Jessa Anderson Debuts with Not Myself Anymore

Jessa Anderson’s debut recalls the lyrical poignancy of Nichole Nordeman and the vocals of Plumb. However, she is a fresh voice worthy of her own contribution to the music world.

Jake Hamilton Now Heard on Freedom Calling

If by some strange twist of events Pearl Jam’s 1991 debut album Ten had been a worship record, it might have sounded kind of like Jake Hamilton’s Freedom Calling does today.

Faith Is Central in The Mission Field

Emphasizing the need for love and peace, The Mission Field is the latest from Blessid Union of Souls and ultimately a colorful reminder of God’s unfailing, unchanging grace.

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