Tag: Jars Of Clay
December 7, 2019
Every so often a reviewer decides to review an album purely out of appreciation for the album that they just heard, and in the case of Humble Feet‘s debut album, that certainly holds true. For those unfamiliar with them, Humble Feet is an acoustic husband-wife duo. Their music is highly melodic, orchestral, and deeply rooted in Scripture.… Continued →
February 16, 2019
September 10, 2017
Yep, the list you’ve all been waiting for (not really) is finally here. Feel free to offer up some laughs and critical remarks for the music I listened to the most 20 years ago. You’ll notice a heavy T&N presence and I just couldn’t help myself. There were a lot of albums and releases I found myself spinning back then and still getting plays today.… Continued →
December 13, 2016
Looking to ring in the Christmas season with something a little more powerful than gramma singing Rudolf? We've got you covered.
March 4, 2015
An interview with The Hawk In Paris' Dan Haseltine and Ian Zandi. Topics include their new single "Frozen Heart", finding inspiration, and why the band won't tour.
December 5, 2013
In this edition of "In the Silence of the Mind" we take a look at some songs that are completely passionate "Love Songs to God."
October 26, 2013
A rickrolling review of a semi-new EP from Nashville's next big thing.
October 10, 2013
The dream of the 80’s is alive in Nashville. That’s what the new Hawk In Paris album would lead me to believe anyway. Creating a fusion between his Jars of Clay tunes, Depeche Mode, and some Mutemath flair, Dan Haseltine forms a sound that is currently unmatched in the music industry. It is true that many music critics say that the 80’s were a bad decade for music, however, The Hawk In Paris show us that this influence can be beneficial.
September 16, 2013
Gray Matters artists Jars of Clay have released their music video for their song, ‘Fall Asleep’, from their most recent album Inland. Check out the music video below, and be sure to take a look at their newest record on Spotify, or any other streaming digital outlet. What do you think of the band’s first music video since ‘Two Hands’ in 2009?… Continued →
August 30, 2013
Check out this review of the latest release from Jars of Clay
July 16, 2013
June 18, 2013
Veteran Christian pop-rock artists Jars of Clay have released the lyric video for their current radio single ‘After the Fight’, from their upcoming album Inland releasing August 27th via Gray Matters Records. You can watch the video below, and also check out their new song ‘Inland’ that they’ve released as a free download via RollingStone.com… Continued →
April 24, 2013
Jars of Clay haven't released any new material since 2010, yet here is a brand new EP ahead of their much anticipated 2013 album. Here is the review of an album that features live recordings of fan favourites as well as a sneak peak of a song going to be on their new album!
April 2, 2012
Today’s Video Flashback is from world renowned Christian rock band, Jars of Clay, and their song “Crazy Times” off the “Much Afraid” album (1997 Essential Records). This band has come a long way and their sound is constantly changing over time to what it is today. Everyone has their own favorite Jars albums and mine just happen to be the few they put out in the 90’s.… Continued →
January 24, 2011
With signs of influences like Delirious, Jars of Clay, and Husband&wife, the four songs on Swings & Cloves come across with massive feeling, pleading vocals, and musical arrangements that are big but focused. The music and lyrics work together perfectly for an intensely moving experience.
January 11, 2011
The final EP in Future of Forestry's Travel Series, this release is more fun, upbeat, and electronic than anything they've done before.
October 11, 2010
Jars of Clay adds to their 15-year career by collaborating with friends to give us some worshipful, community-focused pop anthems.
April 14, 2009
Here is yet another flashback review just in time for the release of Jars of Clay's new album 'The Long Fall Back to Earth'. If you still have yet to give them a try then there's no better album to start with than this self-titled debut released way back in 1995.