June 22, 2014
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Divebomber the project of Conrad Tolosa (Ex guitarist for Ghoti Hook and current member of The Calvinists) and his wife have a new music video up for their song “Here We Go Again” which you can view below. Speaking of the punk rock band, The Calivinists, they have a new song up on iTunes “Unconditional Election” available for purchase. Continued →
May 21, 2014
While not perfect, The Wild Inside is an ambitious and powerful album. Michael Ketterer and United Pursuit have done an admirable job bridging the gap between musical creativity and mass appeal.
May 13, 2014
IVM is excited to be premiering a brand new track by I Am Clay called “Time In Secret”. The track appears on the band’s brand new self-titled album that is out today via Come & Live!. The indie worship band out of Connecticut consists of brothers Chris and Dave Bugnacki who have been making music together for 2 years now. The passion for sharing their faith shines through this track & we expect good things from them as they continue on! Continued →
IVM is happy to present to you the exclusive premiere of Bellarive’s latest music video for the single “Lazarus”. The track will be available for purchase starting May 19th. This is a band that we’ve been supporting for years & we’re thrilled to see them grow with each release. They will be releasing their new album July 2nd & a second single “Bring Us Back” will head to Christian radio May/early June. Do not miss out on this amazing track & video! Continued →
May 12, 2014
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NEEDTOBREATHE have released a new music video for “Difference Maker” & you can watch below. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming April 15th release, titled Rivers In The Wasteland. The band has also begun streaming their album, adding one song per day, at their website until April 11th when you can check out the whole stream. Continued →
March 29, 2014
I had the privileged opportunity to interview Kim Caro who is the vocalist for upcoming indie rock band B Is Bridgie. She shared how they got to know producer Scott Silletta, people who she wished or wish she could collaborate with, and her fancy for bottle cap art.
March 28, 2014
March 25, 2014
King’s Kaleidoscope delivers passionate worship with artistic integrity in this latest release,and though they have an occasional misstep, I think Live in Color is going to resonate with quite a few people.
March 3, 2014
This may just be John Mark McMillan’s best album yet, check out the review.
February 21, 2014
I am very excited to bring you an exclusive ep stream from up and coming indie worship band, Sow and Tether. The ep is titled “Stripes Speak Out” which will release on February 27th 2014. I am excited because I was passed this ep from one of the band members and had worked with some of them previously when they were in the band Parallels. It’s a great ep and shows the talent this young band has. Check it out and make sure to buy the ep when it goes on sale next week. Continued →
February 8, 2014
Cannonhands deliver a lengthy album featuring a variety of alternative songs with some twists. Fans of indie rock, read on for the full review.
January 22, 2014
Check out my review of Switchfoot’s half-soundtrack, half-studio album Fading West.
January 20, 2014
Falling Up’s 2nd half of the Machine de Ella Project – Hours is a fantastic album.
January 17, 2014
I was lucky enough to have the privilege of interviewing Shane Ochsner, the man behind Everything In Slow Motion. Shane is a great conversationalist, and I felt like I really got to know him during our 80 minute chat. He was by far the longest phone interview I’ve ever conducted, but he was also the most personable guy. Continued →
January 16, 2014
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Aaron Sprinkle has turned his impressive talents to a new genre: pop. Is it a good direction for him? Yes and no. He brings a high level of production quality and songwriting to the genre which I find refreshing, but while it’s musically superb and unique in his discography, the lyrics do suffer a drop in depth – or maybe I’m just not on the right wavelength.