Category Archives: Reviews
Review : Peter Furler Band – Sun and Shield
On the back of his successful album ‘On Fire’, Peter Furler is back with a new band and a new album, ‘Sun and Shield’, releasing March 11th 2014. Check out the review.
Review : Sow & Tether – Stripes Speak Out
Be on the look out for these guys to make an impression in the world of worship music with their interesting music and intelligent, heartfelt lyrics.
After signing with Thumper Punk in March 2012, Ambassadors of Shalom have now released their debut record “Abdicate Self,” Read the review here.
WOW releases their next Worship compilation, WOW Worship Lime, on March 11th, featuring 9 new recordings. Check out the review.
Review : VERIDIA – Inseparable EP
Veridia, newcomers to Word Records, have released their first EP, ‘Inseparable’, featuring their hit single, ‘We Are The Brave’. Here is the review.
Southern Rock trio needtobreathe have released their EP via noisetrade, as a precursor to their album releasing April 2014. Here is the review.
There’s something beautiful in Jacob Montague’s music: he’s left me awestruck with All Creatures – Volume One. It’s simply incredible.
One of my favourite songwriters of all time, Jason Gray releases his brand new album next week. Check out the review.
A new indie worship band, Trembling Hearts, have released their debut EP at the end of January 2014. Check out the review.
As Kit from the band was kind enough to explain to me, “When writing music our goal is to create something that will make you drift off, reflect on life, and then bring you back wanting more.” For me, this album does exactly that.
Review : Loftland – I Don’t Want To Dance
Loftland, a new band on DREAM Records, have released their label debut, ‘I Don’t Want to Dance’. Check out the review.
Releasing to theatres in the beginning of March, Capitol Christian Music Group release the accompaniment soundtrack album for ‘God’s Not Dead’ around the same time (first week in March). Check out the review.
Review : Luminous City – LuminousCITY
Luminous City, a worship collective out of Franklin, Tennessee, has released their debut EP. Check out the review.
A review of the band’s latest, Calm Down, Everything Is Fine
Review : Lex Anderson – Undone
Worship artist Lex Anderson, former lead singer to now disbanded group Bright Light Parade, has released her debut indie worship EP, Undone. Here is the review.
Review : Ellie Holcomb – As Sure As The Sun
Indie folk/acoustic/worship artist Ellie Holcomb releases her debut album ‘As Sure As the Sun’ on Tuesday 18th February, with her promotional single ‘Marvellous Light’ and her current single, ‘The Broken Beautiful’. Check out the review.
Review : Carrollton – Breathe In Deep EP
Newest signings to Centricity Music, Carrollton have released their debut EP, featuring their single, ‘Pass You By’. Check out the review.
Review : Cannonhands – Lovely Things
Cannonhands deliver a lengthy album featuring a variety of alternative songs with some twists. Fans of indie rock, read on for the full review.
Indie electronic worship band Seeker and Servant have released their debut EP, which includes a rework and reimagining of ‘How Deep the Father’s Love For Us’. Check out the review.
Review : John Waller – Life Is A Gift
Independent CCM/pop artist John Waller has released his new album ‘Life is A Gift’, featuring the powerful song ‘Orphan’, as well as other personal favourites like the title track, ‘Epic’ and ‘Crazy Faith’. Check out the review.
Review : Kutless – Glory
Rock/worship band Kutless release their new album ‘Glory’ on Tuesday February 11th, featuring their hit song ‘You Alone’, and other standouts like ‘In the City’, ‘Rest’ and ‘We Lift You Up’. Here is the review.
Review : Copperlily – Love is a Legend
Tim Skipper of House of Heroes and his wife Stephanie Skipper have released their collaborative EP under the name Copperlily. Check out the review.
Review : Nine Lashes – From Water to War
Nine Lashes recently released “From Water to War.” Has the band evolved from a mash of RED and TFK with this new release? Here are our official thoughts.
Review : Akissforjersey – New Bodies
Well, it’s been nearly six years since we’ve heard a peep from post-hardcore outfit Akissforjersey. Now with their new 2014 release “New Bodies”, will this band from North Carolina deliver a standout effort after a long breakup, or will it simply fade into the background of a crowded genre?
Review : Shauna Marie – He Heals the Broken
Independent pop/worship artist Shauna Marie has released her debut EP, ‘He Heals the Broken’, featuring the powerful title track, and other personal standouts like ‘Stay’ and ‘Everything You Are’. Check out the review.
Review : City Harbor – City Harbor
City Harbor, the newest Christian duo to make music, release their debut album on February 4th, featuring their hit songs, ‘Come However You Are’ and ‘Somebody Tell Them’. Check out the review.