Tag: Jars Of Clay

January 6, 2024

PFR Reunite, Announce Work on New Album, and Upcoming Show

Pray For Rain, the band affectionately known as “PFR” has recently reunited and have come together in the studio to record an upcoming new album, and if not that, at least some new songs. The band have a big comeback show scheduled for February 10th 2024 at Fine Line in Minneapolis, MN. with the band Miirrors (new band with Brian McSweeney formerly of Seven Day Jesus), and Halle Hanson. This will be their first big show of 2024 after playing a couple of hugely anticipated reunion gigs last year.… Continued →

December 7, 2019

REVIEW : Humble Feet

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. In fact, the couple have served as missionaries overseas, and all of the music for their debut was written while in the field. The album opens with “Quench”, a light and airy acoustic folk song.… Continued →

February 16, 2019

September 10, 2017

The Best of 1997: Favorite Hits From 20 Years Ago

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. I think that’s where this list falls in place, it’s the albums that had the longest lasting impact with me and had a catchy sound that I just couldn’t get enough of.… Continued →

December 13, 2016

March 4, 2015

INTERVIEW : The Hawk In Paris

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

October 26, 2013

October 10, 2013

REVIEW : The Hawk In Paris - Freaks

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

Jars of Clay - Fall Asleep

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

July 16, 2013

June 18, 2013

April 24, 2013

April 2, 2012

Jars of Clay - Crazy Times

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. Of course don’t get me wrong, their new stuff is good too 😉… Continued →

January 24, 2011

REVIEW : Mosquito Fleet - Swings & Cloves EP

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

October 11, 2010

April 14, 2009

REVIEW : Jars of Clay - Jars of Clay

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.