Music

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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Music Review: Unbound by Kenny And Amanda Smith
Born in the small town of Davisville, West Virginia, Amanda grew up singing in church choirs and participating in talent contests at local fairs. She started playing guitar in high school to accompany herself, and soon discovered bluegrass music through female artists such as Rhonda Vincent and Alison Krauss....
 
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Music Review: Beautiful Randomness by Toxic Emotion
Born in 1993 in Denver, Colorado, electronic dance music artist Daniel Lopez (known as Toxic Emotion) began producing music at the young age of 13. Growing up in a very musically talented family, he was drawn to create dance music for himself after being exposed to UK hardcore, trance...
 
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Music Review: Beautiful Surrender by Jonathan David, Melissa Helser
"Surrender is to cease resistance, yield control and give oneself up to the power of another. When you find the One your heart loves, surrender is a beautiful, effortless fall - not a duty or a task,” the couple shares. “When Jesus said 'follow me,' they saw everything they...
 
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Music Review: Only Faith Can See by The Erwins
Keith says, “Singing is all we know and all we want to do. It's our life and our joy to serve the Lord with the voices He has given us. We will gladly go through any door He chooses to open, no matter how big or small. We know...
 
7.5
Music Review: Trust You All The Way by About A Mile
“What separates the Christian from the world is one five-letter word: Faith,” says Adam, lead vocalist and guitarist. “I'm not talking about faith after the outcome. I'm talking about God-pleasing faith that believes before seeing, and allows us to confidently stand within the hardest of battles. And how do...
 
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Music Review: The Very Next Thing by Casting Crowns
Casting Crowns began in, serves in and continues to be rooted in the local church. It is at the local level that they are walking along with people in ministry and where the inspiration for albums are formed. The Very Next Thing is full of intimate songs as well...
 
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Music Review: Eko Ile by Muyiwa & Riversongz
Britain's biggest gospel artist Muyiwa has announced the release of his first all-African album Èko Ilé out on October 30, 2015. The dynamic 10-track offering follows the success of his last studio album with Riversongz, Declaring His Name All Around the World (2011) which was produced by Grammy winning...
 
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Music Review: Adventure by Matthew Parker
"Electronic sounds intrigued me and would become a huge part of my unique sound. I want to give all glory to God for what He has done and will do. God gave me life--I make music for Him."
 
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Music Review: TANKS by Satellites & Sirens
Satellites & Sirens singer Geoff Hunker was first looking to start a band, he did what any person might do, he put out a Craigslist ad. It was at the very first round of auditions that he found drummer Jonathan Dimmel, who had only moved to Nashville 5 months...
 
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Music Review: Campfire II: Simplicity by Rend Collective
Grab your biggest warmest boots, your woolliest jacket, and your best singing voice and join Rend Collective as they venture into the woods for this, their second Campfire album! That's right, Campfire is back! Following form the foot-stomping success of the first Campfire...
 
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Music Review: What God Wants to Hear by Jonathan Cain
Jonathan Cain, longtime keyboardist and rhythm guitarist in Journey, co-writer of the No. 1 digital catalog song in history, “Don’t Stop Believin’,” as well as writer of “Faithfully” and co-writer of “Who’s Crying Now,” “Open Arms” and many more international hit songs, will release his solo album, What God...
 
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Music Review: Live by Seacoast Worship
Seacoast Church began in 1988 as a group of 65 people meeting together with a collective heart to see God move in the city of Charleston, SC. Since then Seacoast has grown to include thousands of believers gathering across multiple campuses. Though outwardly the church looks very different, the...
 
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Music Review: Live On Forever by The Afters
Live on Forever still took shape as a celebration of faithfulness, protection and promise-—one that shimmers with strong rhythms, undeniable energy and compelling pop hooks. The album finds Josh Havens in strong, soaring voice as he invites listeners to find shelter and strength in God.
 
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Music Review: There's A Light by Todd Smith
Best known as a founding member of Selah—the beloved vocal group has sold more than 4 million albums and singles, claimed eight #1 radio hits, three chart-topping Billboard albums and eight Dove Awards among numerous other accolades in a storied career approaching two decades—Todd steps into the solo spotlight...
 
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Music Review: Greatest Hymns, Vol. 2 by Selah
“We love singing hymns and they will always be a bedrock of what we do,” says Smith. “The hymn writers really knew Scripture, so when they wrote, they wrote accurately. It’s a way of teaching people the Truth. There is something about music that stays with you. You remember...
 
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Music Review: Broken Beautiful  by Chloe Reynolds
Chloe’s debut album, Broken Beautiful, will be released in September 2016. These are bold, moving songs - vivid tales of redemption that are unafraid of taking the listener on a journey of hope.
 
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Music Review: To Whom It May Concern by Cal-I Jonel
To Whom it May Concern may be Cal-I's solo EP debut, but career-wise he's no rookie. He was 14 when he appeared at the Hackney Empire as a finalist in the Sunday Selection talent contest. Shortly after that, he was snapped up by the Gospel quintet CL6. Over the...
 
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Music Review: Unrestrained by Eloho
Her love for God and people reflects in her music, her art, and in everything that she does. She has a burning desire to inspire and encourage people to be who God has called them to be. Her Radio show “iTestify with Eloho” is encouraging many lives across the...
 
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Music Review: Hope's Not Giving Up by Remedy Drive
This is a collection of songs that we re-imagined in 2016 - my favorite songs that I wrote between 2004 and 2012. These melodies remind my soul of hope and hope reminds me of sights yet unseen. We felt like it was time to give these songs a new...
 
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Music Review: One Sided War by Michael Sweet
In what promises to be Stryper front-man Michael Sweet’s most intense solo release to date, “One Sided War” showcases a full plate of hard rock & classic metal riffs from start to finish. One Sided War marks Michael’s 7th studio solo album and it clearly proves that he is...
 
8.5
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