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: Ultimate Collection Kids Worship by Various Artists
Fifteen songs including brand new versions of Tim Hughes' "The Way," Martin Smith's "God's Great Dance Floor" and Rend Collective's "My Lighthouse," plus many more, comprise this exciting new collection of modern worship songs sung by the global church. They've all been moulded into high-energy explosions full of hand...
Music Review: Reflections by J Vessel
"My teenage years have been a massive learning experience. I have learnt so much navigating through life as a teenager. Whilst wrestling with concepts of faith, identity, self-worth and love, my perspective on life has changed so many times. I’ve looked for my reflection in other people and in...
Music Review: Old Friends by  David Woodman
Alongside his many years of experience as a worship leader and session musician, David has been performing as a solo singer-songwriter. This project, however, features a traditional 4-piece blues band consisting of David on vocals and electric guitar, veteran session bassist, Frank Brierley, prolific CCM producer Andy Green on keyboards and Woody Woodman...
Music Review: Hymns, Prayers and Invitations by Rick Lee James
Rick Lee James worship leader, a singer and songwriter, preacher, author, and Podcast host with over 15 years of experience in ministry. In Rick’s words, “I just want to be a part of bringing hope into the world. Not as one who is the light but...
Music Review: God-Breathed by  David Woodman, Andy and Wendy Green
The band is made up of Andy and Wendy Green and David Woodman. Over the last 20 years, the members have been involved in various projects and live events. They have worked with churches, Christian artists and record labels across the world.They are firmly rooted in their church family...
Music Review: Among The Gods by Stephanie Greaves
Stephanie Greaves is a Pastor who has been inspiring her flock for years. Now she is offering her first album, “Among the Gods,” to bring that same inspiration to the whole world. With songs of worship, uptempo beats and danceable rhythms, these are songs of redemption;...
Music Review: Awaken To Love by Ian Yates
It’s funny how the times when you feel that life is getting a bit bleak and desperate can be so close to the moments when God speaks the clearest. It’s in those dark nights that our vision becomes the sharpest.That was me eighteen months ago. ...
Music Review: #Worship-Holy Spirit, You Are Welcome Here by Various
The hashtag is a global phenomenon used for sharing information and inviting conversation. The popular brand new #WORSHIP series does just that and features current and contemporary songs of worshIp written by some of the finest writers in the world today. The #HOLY SPIRIT, YOU ARE...
Music Review: Housefires III by Housefires
HOUSEFIRES III perpetuates the organic root and sound of the unique Grace Midtown church worship community that consists of almost 50 house churches—small gatherings of regular people who meet in individual homes—in and around metropolitan Atlanta.
Music Review: Invisible by Leeland
Leeland has been a creative presence in Christian music for a decade, contributing multiple well-known worship songs ("Tears of the Saints," "Follow You," "Count Me In," etc.) to the global church. For the new album, which was inspired by Philippians 3:12, Leeland takes a unique and...
Music Review: Stacks by Stacks Lyrics
STACKS is the new Ep from up and coming CHH artist Stacks Lyrics. After releasing his Debut Ep Shift two years ago, and having the albums Single Microphone featured on Rapzilla, Stacks Lyrics was quiet for a while. 
Music Review: Demonstrate by William Murphy
Detroit-raised, Georgia-based pastor, music director, and singer William Murphy, best known for providing a soaring lead vocal on the modern gospel standard "Praise Is What I Do," specializes in stirring praise & worship hymns that fuse old-school gospel with urban CCM. Based out of the New Birth Missionary Baptist...
Music Review: You're Precious by Tosin Oyelakin
Through her deep love for music, Tosin is always drawn to the choir of churches she has been a member of both in Nigeria, Tosin’s country of birth, and also in the UK where she now lives. Tosin’s debut single album –a 3 track EP was...
Music Review: Something To Talk About by Deon Kipping
There’s both a 90s pop classic and a romantic comedy by the same name but don’t be confused – gospel sensation Deon Kipping wasn’t feeling nostalgic when he named his third release, SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT. Available now on RCA Inspiration, the 15-track love offering is a dynamic tribute...
Music Review: #Worship - Our God by Various
The hashtag is a global phenomenon used for sharing information and inviting conversation. The popular brand new #WORSHIP series does just that and features current and contemporary songs of worship written by some of the finest writers in the world today. Featuring songs...
Music Review:  Delirious? Ultimate Collection by Delirious
This is a celebration album - simple as that! We honour what Delirious? and Martin Smith have achieved, both in the Church and the mainstream world. This album archives their journey and reminds us of how faithful our God is.
Music Review: Love Remains by Hillary Scott & The Scott Family
The process of making this album has been not only creatively inspiring but I’ve also really been able to grow as a person," shared Hillary Scott. "We’ve had this intense concentrated amount of time as a family together, which has been so special. With all that we’ve gone through...
Music Review: You're the Only One by Love Displayed
The West Virginia based Christian duo, Love Displayed, will release their debut CCM album, You’re The Only One, on April 22nd. Produced by Ian McIntosh of Jesus Culture, the project features all new songs that were co-written by Love Displayed founding members, Zak and Amy Huffman, and features several...
Music Review: The Things We Did At First  by Sean Feucht
Sean Feucht is a husband, father, missionary, musician, speaker, author and founder of a grassroots global worship, prayer and missions organization; Burn 24/7. His lifelong quest and dream is to witness a generation of burning hearts arise across the nations of the world with renewed faith, vision and sacrificial...
Music Review: Slow by Starflyer 59
Jason Martin is the sole songwriter behind Starflyer 59, a project that combines his love for British shoegaze, Beatlesque pop, dreamy space rock, and the songcraft of assorted indie bands. A native of Southern California, Martin was raised in a Christian household without the influence of secular music. ...
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