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  • Zach Williams “Rescue Story” Album Review

    CCM is in the province of glassy-synth pop auteurs. Many a times, the slick dance-beats have rendered the genre weightless and frankly unauthentic. Many of these so-called artists are not interested in creating their own sounds; rather they are desperately trying to be copycats of Taylor Swift, Lizzo and Shawn Mendes under the sheen of feel-good messages. So, thank God we have Zach Williams.

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  • John Bowman “The Hole” EP Review

    There are no wasted characters in John Bowman's songs. This bluegrass virtuoso gives the characters of his songs a three dimensional realism that they can leap out of his songs to offer us joy, comfort and companionship

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  • Life.Church Worship “God So Good” Album Review

    Put your headphones on and let the music of Life.Church Worship blast right through. Within the first few seconds, you will experience what singing for the glory of God is all about.

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  • Danny O’Callaghan “War of Desires” EP Review

    Danny O'Callaghan is one of those worship leaders that try to provide an alternative sound to worship.

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  • Various Artists “Simple Hymns: Songs of Redemption” Album Review

    This isn't a collection of old crusty hymns made with baby boomers in mind. Rather, what you will find in the first instalment of the "Simple Hymns" series are 10 newly written hymns and reimagined older hymns performed by some of today's best worship leaders such as Housefires' Pat Barrett, Sixpence None Richer's Leigh Nash, Dan Koch, Anthony Skinner, Aaron Keyes, and others.

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  • Cana’s Voice “Don’t Wanna Miss This” Album Review

    You don't wanna miss any album by Cana's Voice. Every album they released is a revelation of both beauty and diversity.

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  • Leeland “Better Word” Album Review

    Towering at 15 tracks, with 9 tracks clocking in at over the 6 minutes mark, this is a garrulous album to get through.

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  • The Grascals “Straighten the Curves” Album Review

    Too often bluegrass albums are too single-minded for their own good. In an effort to express technical virtuosity, many artists have placed so much emphasis on the speed and execution of the instruments that they forget about the quality of the songs. Thus, many bluegrass songs sound like bullet trains trying to make it to the finish line in record time without manifesting much personalities.

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  • Jeff and Sheri Easter “You Are Loved” Album Review

    The beauty of Jeff and Sheri Easter's brand new album "You Are Loved" is that it takes the truths of Scripture and wraps them around the garments of everyday life and happenstances.

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  • North Point InsideOut “Abundantly More” EP Review

    North Point Ministries with its seven campuses across the city of Atlanta, GA, has become a tour de force in terms of their teachings and influence. Their worship collective North Point InsideOut, which originated from their high school ministries, is rapidly following suite.

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