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: Old Hymns New Hearts by Various Artists
This album delivers 12 hymns, old and new, recorded with fresh arrangements to inspire faith, offer comfort and courage and enrich your Christ-centred life. Includes 'And Can It Be', 'Immortal Invisible', 'King Of Love' and many more.
Music Review: Let It Echo Unplugged by Jesus Culture
Trading their high stage for an empty swimming pool, the closed-in setting brings everyone closer together as their journey as a group influence their music and their praise. Over the course of the seven tracks from their anthemic, and 9th, album Let It Echo, the group...
Music Review: Encounter by The Neverclaim
Encounter finds The Neverclaim reconnecting with their roots as a worship band and during a season where they are heavily investing into the local church. Carlson is the Young Adult Pastor at Vineyard Boise where Maldonado is Director of Media Production, George is at a Houston Vineyard church, and...
Music Review: Imperfect Words (Acoustic) by emaé
emaé (pronounced em- may) is a scottish born singer/songwriter with soul, gospel and folk influences. A qualified pharmacist, she is based in London and is pursuing music full time after graduating with a masters degree in pharmacy from King’s College London.
Music Review: Celtic Psalms by Kiran Young Wimberly & The McGraths
Twelve authentic, traditional Irish and Scottish airs and melodies set to a selection of psalms. Ancient words and traditional music, featuring Kiran Young Wimberly and The McGraths, combine to help lead you into the presence of God.
Music Review: Kane by Spencer Kane
Spencer Kane is a 3 time award nominated and Billboard charting solo artist and FILM & TV actor born on October 26, 1996. In addition, he is the newest member of the Pop Group Anthem Lights based in Nashville. Raised in a Christian home as a...
Music Review: Pieces by Trisha Alicia
Will, the one thing that enables us to freely make a choice about Christ, is the machine that helps motivate Trisha Alicia; demonstrated early on, by her will to live, as a premature baby. Her very first testimony, of conquering this first phase of life, set the stage for...
Music Review: The Journey Project by Devotion
After Devotion's hugely successful debut EP 'Miracle of Hope' (2013), the long awaited follow up EP ‘The Journey Project’ is finally here. Due for release on Friday 22 July 2016, available on all major digital outlets. Produced by the masterful Freddy Winter, Statis and Anthony Cruz (Production credits include:...
Music Review: Set Apart by 6&33
Modern Contemporary and CHH Gospel Artists 6&33 are New Orleans Natives now residing in Greenville, SC. The vision for 6&33 are not just numbers. Instead, the numbers are symbolized by scripture. Matthew 6:33 reads,we should seek God’s Kingdom first (in all we think and do).
Music Review: Love Lines The Last Horizon by Tanya Godsey
From start to finish, the sincerity of the message in Love Lines The Last Horizon is framed with Tanya's signature piano playing, fervid vocals and an array of cinematic touches paralleling the spectrum of human emotion. From the hopeful ache of "All Things Right" to the worshipful anthem of...
Music Review: Universal by Galactus Jack
The brand-new album from Galactus Jack – eight tracks of high-octane EDM (electronic dance music) featuring artists from across the Message family.
Music Review: Painting Sounds by Barney Artist
Barney Artist hails from Forest Gate in East London; his name deriving from his desire to “paint sounds”, which he sets about by fusing elements of jazz and hip-hop, with a nod to his grime roots, coupled with social commentary and conscious rap. His music, described as “fluid hip-hop that...
Music Review: Here I Surrender by Highlands Worship
Highlands Worship is part of the Birmingham, AL based Church of the Highlands. With 14 campuses spread across the state, Highlands Worship is made up of an incredible team, consisting of over 500 active worship team members as well as 30 full or part-time musicians worship staff. On “Here...
Music Review: Live Worship From Spring Harvest Game Changers by Spring Harvest
Capturing the essence and the atmosphere of one of the biggest UK Christian festivals, this new live album cherry-picks from the event's highlights. With such phenomenal worship leaders as Cathy Burton, Ben Cantelon, Nick Herbert, Lou Fellingham, Chris McClarney, and the Sound of Wales group filling...
Music Review: Poets & Saints by All Sons & Daughters
All Sons & Daughters’ fourth full-length album, Poets & Saints, was produced by Chad Copelin (Crowder, Gungor) and mixed by Shane Wilson (Brandon Heath, Vertical Church Band) and Sean Moffitt (Newsboys, Jordan Feliz). Alongside the album is Jamie George’s book, Poets and Saints: Eternal Insight, Extravagant...
Music Review: Honest by Audrey Tillis
Truth lies in the most intimate part of our reality. The burden of falsehood, coupled with the culpability of those around us can ignite an authentic self-encounter. Those are the moments where Audrey’s aptly titled album, Honest., was born. Brave lyrics and heartfelt delivery created a...
Music Review: Mighty by Beckah Shae
For nearly ten years, soulful singer/songwriter Beckah Shae’s been steadily gaining momentum, establishing her very own Shae Shoc Records with her husband/constant production collaborator Jack Shocklee and turning in eight studio CDs.
Music Review: I Need You by Norman Lee Schaffer
As a lifelong entertainer, Norman Lee has raised the bar, bringing a faith based presentation to a population striving to find substance in their daily lives. Based out of central Florida, Norman has toured across the country for many years, performing on concert stages, charitable events and churches. He...
Music Review: 7Even by JayEss
JayEss has gained a reputation as one of the most powerful and significant lyricists on the UK scene, a spokesperson to his generation and beyond. His tracks are seriously challenging and thought provoking, documenting his journey and speaking bold truths.
Music Review: Foreign vol 1 by Json
Json, the CEO of Lamp Mode Recordings, is a St. Louis-based emcee known for his transparency, gospel-centeredness, skill at his craft and longevity in the game.Whether the topic is parenting, sexual abuse or life in the hood, Json approaches real-life subjects with a soul-touching openness and authenticity. ...
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