Tag: curb records

August 21, 2020

Song of the Day: The Altered - Low

Not much is known about this band, who released one album for major label Curb Records in 1997, called Yours Truly. They played a fairly straight-forward brand of alternative rock that hinted at grunge without ever fully going to Seattle. The lead single was “Low,” with its provocative chorus: I’m wasted! I’m wasted! I’m wasted . . . without You!” While the song might have raised eyebrows among critics of faith-based rock music, the lyrics hit home for some. I remember playing the song for a friend of mine, who at the time was not a fan of anything hard or heavy.… Continued →

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October 11, 2013

REVIEW : Natalie Grant - Hurricane

Natalie Grant, one of CCM's most prolific and compelling female artists of the last decade or so, releases her brand new 2013 album 'Hurricane' on October 15th, featuring the hit single 'Hurricane', and other standouts like 'For All Of Us', 'Burn Bright' and 'Closer to Your Heart'. Here is the review.

February 18, 2013

REVIEW : Plumb - Need You Now

Tiffany Arbuckle Lee a.k.a. Plumb is releasing her new studio album 'Need You Now' at the end of February, after a 5 year hiatus, with the album featuring hit singles 'Drifting' and 'Need You Now (How Many Times)', as well as potential singles 'I Don't Deserve You' and 'One Drop'. Check out the review.

February 12, 2013

INTERVIEW : Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (Plumb)

Plumb releases her new album 'Need You Now' at the end of February. Check out this new interview I performed via email where I chat about the meaning behind the album, its central themes and the possibility of Plumb recording a worship album in the near future.

January 11, 2013


OBB, a Christian pop band comprised of three brothers (Zach, Jacob and Nich Oswald), have just released their debut label EP on Curb Records (even though they have played independently for the last 4 years). Check out the review of this promising band.

November 17, 2012