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After a successful crowd funding campaign, then signing with Facedown records, alt-rock band Attalus has really delivered with their new marine themed concept album, ‘Into The Sea.’ Read on for the full review of this epic record. Lightroom 4 Student Discount.
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Former Vigilantes of Love frontman Bill Mallonee just simply continues to make good music. His latest, ‘Land & Peoples,’ spills out lyrical pictures of the many sights and sounds of this nation’s past and present. Check out the full review here, and get to know this truly unique artist. …continue reading
Review : Emery – You Were Never Alone
While there will always be those people who refuse to move on with Emery and hang on to their more vintage stylings, I believe that “You Were Never Alone” is the most robust and fully rounded album the band have offered to date …continue reading
Review : Manafest – The Moment
Manafest returned in August of last year with “The Moment.” Better late than never, we check out this album and how it compares to his past work. …continue reading
Review : Foreverlin – Still After
Being one of several former Red Cord artists that have now migrated over to Pando Records, Foreverlin brings us their third recording project, “Still After.” Read the full review here. …continue reading
Alex Faith + Dre Murray have teamed up for ‘Southern Lights: Overexposed’ which was released in both audio & visual formats. Read my thoughts on the album …continue reading
Review : Abandon Kansas – Alligator
Abandon Kansas are back with their second full length album, ‘Alligator’ on Bad Christian Music. ‘Alligator’ offers a sundry cornucopia of lush musicianship and emotions. I think there’s truly something for everyone and every mood on this record. …continue reading
Review : Pacific Gold – Sing My Welcome Home
Pacific Gold manages to not only re-energize lyrics from old, but also fosters a style that reawakens musical genres from bygone eras. Check out the review here. …continue reading
Review : Fireflight – INNOVA
Female-fronted fan favorite rock band Fireflight are back with a new album that explores new musical and lyrical territory. With this bold new sound, is it time to check out this well-loved band? …continue reading
Review : Rachel Taylor – Magnetic
When there is a handful of solo artists who share the name Rachel Taylor, its hard to not bring a comparison to their music. Let me introduce you to the one who isn’t from He Is We… …continue reading
Review : Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
There’s no shade being thrown at Sufjan Steven’s latest album. Charlie Brown got it right when he said “good grief”. …continue reading
Review : We Are The City- Violent
This is an excerpt of my review of We Are The City’s latest album. You should read the full review instead of the excerpt. It’s much better. …continue reading
Review : Sarah Brusco – The Woven Whisper
Sarah Brusco is an amazing female artist who demonstrates to us what raw, genuine and heartfelt worship truly is. …continue reading
Tobin Bawinkel and his new project 6’10,” dropped the thrashing guitars and bagpipes of in his usual gig, Celtic Punk band Flatfoot 56, and has gone unplugged. Read on for the full review. …continue reading
Continuing their union of melancholy and redemption, the album is consistent from start to finish. Blending the traditional singer-songwriter template with contemporary sensibilities, it may be a modern classic. So if you’re sick of today’s mainstream music, Medicine is the perfect remedy. …continue reading
Review : Aaron Strumpel – Bright Star
Aaron Strumpel continues to push against the limits of Christian music, and although Bright Star may not be his most experimental, it’s a fine showcase for the care, creativity, and simple beauty of his music. …continue reading