Music Reviews

We love Christian Music and we want to show you that it'smore than Kumbaya sung around the campfire. Our reviews of the latest Christian Music covers the big well known names like Newsboys, Switchfoot, Matt Redman from labels like Sony, Capitol CCM, Sparrow, Authentic Media, Integrity and many more.

There are many voices that deserve to be heard and many unsigned artists too. So we aim to bring you the best spread of music in the Christian scene from around the world. Our reviews are unbiased and honest, whilst trying to see the good and encourage artists in their work and integrity and to make great music that shows Gods creativity in us.

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I Can Only Imagine
In celebration of the upcoming global movie release, MercyMe is unveiling I Can Only Imagine – The Very Best of MercyMe, a 13 piece collection of the band’s most beloved songs alongside a special version of the monumental hit “I Can Only Imagine” made just for the movie called...
Music Review: Colin's New Testament Big Bible Story Songs by Colin Buchanan
Colin's New Testament Big Bible Story Songs explodes with 13 amazing new Colin songs that bring to life a colourful cast of New Testament bible characters and their stories! Discover New Testament stories in a unique way! There's Zacchaeus up the sycamore tree, Saul on the...
Music Review: Different Story by Jon Thurlow
Written and recorded in the middle of a stormy season of life, and a three-year journey in the making, this album is a grace of God album. He brought it all together. The entire process has been a testimony of His mercy, His gentleness, and His...
Music Review: What Every Child Should Know About God Vols 1 & 2 by Various Artists
From the prodigious talents of Annie Moses Band, What Every Child Should Know About God is a two-part album that will illuminate a child’s world with truths about God and His love for us. Every song brims with dancing melodies, set to beloved, everlasting Scriptures. Award-winning...
Music Review: Liberated by Zealand
The energetic, pop/alt-rock-infused project is fueled by the title-track, “Liberated,” which sets the overall tone of the recording. “The heart behind this album is to see people—from the earliest age possible—get liberated from the things that hold them back and weigh them down,” Joel says. “We want people to...
Music Review: Have My Heart by Brooke Robertson
"I didn't want to accept the fact that maybe my plan for school was not going to happen. It took me being broen and confused to finally let it all go and give everything to God. I prayed 'I want what You want God'." Enter Jeremy...
Music Review: Famous For by Alexis Slifer
Former Rubyz member and iShine actress Alexis Slifer has just released her sophomore, six-song solo-project, FAMOUS FOR. The album, produced by Chuck Butler, explores themes central to the young artist’s faith: God is real, He works miracles, and He longs to be close to his children. ...
Music Review: Hebrew On Pluto: Starfields And Quasars by F.F.O.R. The Hebrew
A Christian Rap Shinobi's spaced out odyssey through the orbiting chaos that we call space time; accompanied by the beauty of the Gospel, eclectic production by Project Pluto and the infectious cadence of Hebrew.
Music Review: Covenant by Psalm
Born-again Christian rapper Psalm delivers hard-hitting lyrics with true-to-life messages not typically in Christian music. Drawing from life experiences, he speaks to the lost and the found alike, with messages of struggle and redemption. Contagious melodies and rapid-fire rhythms make this album a good addition to any hip-hop fan's...
Music Review: A Million Lights by Michael W. Smith
In January 2017, with a non-stop tour and recording schedule, Michael hit a wall most creative people hit at some point in their careers. “I talked with my team at the beginning of the year and told them I’m not going to do another record unless I can write...
Music Review: Victory by Horizon Music
Horizon Music started with the idea of creating current sounds for this young generation. What if worship music could be done so well with mainstream pop sounds, that it became interesting to those who haven’t been willing to listen before? A sound that is much like present day mainstream...
Music Review: The Table by Ian Zumback
At the heart of Ian’s ministry through music is a desire to refresh and comfort others (Acts 3:19, 2 Cor. 1:3-4); to build community through relationships (Acts 2:46); to point others to Jesus (John 3:30); to touch lives (Isaiah 61:4); and to be used to reconcile others to God...
Music Review: In Prayer by Salt Of The Sound
In Prayer is the 2017 EP from award-winning husband and wife duo Anita & Ben Tatlow (Salt Of The Sound). A 17-minute prayer ‘journey’, the music ebbs and flows, inviting the listener to stillness and reflection through use of expansive atmospheric textures, subtle vocal choruses, and thoughtful lyrical messages....
Quiet My Soul
In the last couple of years, we have been re-visiting some of our better known songs. Those who have attended any of our recent concerts, will have heard our acoustic versions of songs such as “All Heaven Declares”, “To Be In Your Presence” and “You Laid Aside Your Majesty”....
Music Review: Pilgrim by Marcus Young
Pilgrim is a conceptual album that takes you on a journey as Marcus looks for true liberty and deliverance from his burdened soul. The concept is greatly inspired by the famous 17th Century allegory 'The Pilgrims Progress' written by John Bunyan. Marcus captures the fundamental storyline of the book...
Jonathan Veira returns with a sublime selection of well-known and re-imagined hymns including To God Be The Glory, Love Divine and O Love That Will Not Let Me Go. Beautiful, imaginative and adept arrangements provide an excellent canvas for Jonathan's distinctive voice, illuminating the majesty of...
Music Review: The Brutal Years EP by Dave Griffiths
"So here are five songs that were written in the last 18 months that express a little of my processing a period of depression and spiritual deconstruction. These are mainly prayers awash with the visceral sound I have always loved in bands like Sonic Youth and guitarists like Graham...
Known as the frontman for the internationally renowned, GMA Dove Award-winning South African rock band Tree63, John Ellis released his fourth solo album, Growing Silent, Oct. 20 through Africa-based Christian Art Media. An ASCAP Vanguard Award-winning songwriter, this is the first time Ellis has released an album of specifically...
Music Review: Hope Rising by Central Music
Central Music is made up of a team of people from one church, in many locations. We decided several years ago that we wanted to be a church that truly leans into worship. The heart of Central Music is to bring our people and others into the presence of...
Music Review: Not About Us by Aaron Graham
Seven years after recording “Anointed”, Aaron is back with a new sound bringing you new songs that will make you dance, clap your hands, cry, and challenge you. The first single “Cry Out” will be released 19th May digitally with a pre order released on iTunes on the 5th...
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