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July 26, 2021

July 24, 2021

Jason Dunn - Billy Enforcee (New Music Video and Song)

Jason Dunn is without a doubt, BACK! If this new song “Billy Enforcee” and it’s accompanying music video is any indication of what’s to come, well then we are in for one of the best new releases of 2021. Check out the music video for the new song, below. The hard charging and heavy new pop-punk rock song definitely shares a lot in common with the first couple Hawk Nelson albums before the band went the CCM route without Jason.… Continued →

July 23, 2021

New Music: July 23, 2021

Rock & Metal
Pop & CCM
Electronic & EDM Folk & Singer/Songwriter
Hip Hop & R&B Continued →

July 21, 2021

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July 18, 2021

New Music: July 16, 2021

Rock & Metal
Pop & CCM Electronic & EDM
Folk & Singer/Songwriter
Hip Hop & R&B
Worship & Gospel
Instrumental & Other
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July 17, 2021

July 16, 2021

Song of the Day: The Choir - Gripped

One of the longest-running indie/alternative bands in the Christian scene, The Choir emerged in the 1980s initially as Youth Choir, shortening the name after the release of one album and one EP. The band formed in 1983 and were instrumental in the early 80s Calvary Chapel scene in Southern California, that also included stalwarts like Undercover, Altar Boys, and 4-4-1.… Continued →

July 14, 2021

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July 12, 2021

Song of the Day: X-Sinner - Living On The Edge

This is one of my favorite rock songs of the 80s. X-Sinner’s sound was akin to ACDC or Def Leppard soundalike, but that doesn’t mean they were a clone of either mainstream band. They had an area rock sound w/ a blues twist. Check out others by them that are a must have for any classic Christian rock playlist: Medicine, Walking Evil, Don’t Go, Lift Him Up or Accountable.… Continued →

July 11, 2021

The Blamed Re-Recording Landmark Debut Record, "21"

Legendary masters of punk-thrash-metal – The Blamed, are going to re-record their landmark, classic album from 1994 called “21”. This debut was really great back when I first heard it and reminded me why I love/loved punk rock. It was like a garage-y, underground sounding album that evoked immediate love for the live experience and sweat drenched, basement worthy punk shows.… Continued →