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: I Fall In by Jason Fowler
Jason's debut solo album, “Letters From The Inside” released in 2014 and produced by Jason Hoard (Third Day, Jamie Grace, Natalie Grant) tells his journey back from hopelessness. He is currently finalizing his latest recording in Nashville at Dark Horse Studios with Grammy nominated Producer Billy Smiley (White Heart,...
Music Review: Love Letters by Summer
Summer is excited to release her highly-anticipated, first solo project, “Love Letters,” this September. Love Letters is a fresh and intimate recording of Summer's journey with the true love of her life – God. She penned each song as a love letter to God during a time filled with...
Music Review: Champion  by  Bryan and Katie Torwalt
The latest offering from Bryan and Katie, “Champion”, conveys a message of the victory we have in Jesus, even in the midst of hardship, and points us towards holding on to the promises of God in our lives as believers. Woven from their personal journey they’ve walked through with...
Music Review: The Prevailing by K. Gautier
His music often includes delayed pianos, stacking string arrangements, ambient vocal textures, and post-rock-esque breakdowns. Lyrically, he writes with lines taken directly from the poetry he has written over the past few years. His words encompass emotional contemplations on his relationship with Jesus, his wife, and his reason for...
Music Review: Restore by Aaron & Amanda Crabb
Aaron and Amanda Crabb are no strangers to ministry. Their music has crossed genres, generational boundaries, as well as denominational barriers. They have seen what the power of worship can do in the presence of thousands as well as calm their little daughter in a Vanderbilt trauma unit. They...
Music Review: Captain My Soul by Josh Walker Band
The Josh Walker Band, a young family band from Cheshire, England, blend acoustic folk and rock'n'roll to create music that inspires and energises crowds of all backgrounds. The band intend to use their music as a vehicle to carry the message of hope found through faith in Jesus Christ to...
Music Review: Home by LZ7
LZ7 is on a quest to perpetuate music that bypasses the intellect and speaks straight to the soul. With their infectious melodies, huge drops and back to back anthems, LZ7 knows how to rock a crowd. Home, the lastest album, includes the highly successful first single "So Good", being...
On April 1, 2016, the band announced their sixth studio album, Hard Love, and its release date of July 15, 2016. Additionally, dates for the band's 2016 tour, Tour De Compadres, were announced and the album's lead single, "Happiness", was released along with another single, "Money & Fame". Hard...
Music Review: Summit Road by Summit Road
Summit Road is a group composed of three worship pastors: Jesse Land, Conor Scholes, and Todd Stanley. They serve in churches in both Missouri and Pennsylvania, write songs for their local churches, and also for the church as a whole. It is their desire to both teach and encourage...
Music Review: Dancing In The Rain by Ivan Parker
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Dancing in the Rain, the Difference Media debut from one of Southern Gospel’s most beloved vocalists, Ivan Parker, is slated to bow July 29. Produced by Garry Jones (Brian Free, Canton Junction), the project marks Parker’s 16th solo recording in a career spanning more than three decades. ...
Music Review: Unleashed  by Skillet
Following 2013's bestselling Rise, Skillet returns with a twelve track set of heart-pounding anthems and high volume hooks. Unleashed finds John Cooper and company at the height of their songcraft, with heart-on-your-sleeve odes to strength in Christ, shout-along choruses, and stadium-sized electronic rockers.
Music Review: Every Nation by Lindy Conant
"Every Nation" was recorded with a live audience in Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California. The live performances capture Conant’s' passion to spur on the global missions movement. The album features songs "Take Courage" and "Another Wave," synth­rock anthemic benedictions to awaken listeners to God's heart to change the world....
Music Review: Eledumare by OluwaShalom
Olorunfemi Shalom is Signed to House One Music, and has put out four singles off her debut album titled  “Eledumare” songs like Song In The Night, See Me, Prayer ft Naomi Mac, Lolade, and Chart Topping Eledumare. The House One Music Alternative Gospel Music Sensation, has also three videos to her...
Music Review: Joy & Sorrow Meet by Weston Skaggs
WATERTOWN, NY – Sprig Music is pleased to announce our partnership with recording artist and worship leader Weston Skaggs. As the newest artist on the Sprig roster, Skaggs comes with a long history of ministry to the church, as well as a deep reservoir of powerful songs that we...
Music Review: Dialogue by Elizabeth Vincent
Elizabeth Vincent released her debut EP ‘Dialogue' composed of four songs that she wrote and produced herself. Elizabeth describes her music as her conversations with God, inspiring the title 'Dialogue’. She hopes that this public proclamation of her personal conversations and post-conversational reflections would encourage dialogue in the lives...
Music Review: Hold The Light by Bread Of Stone
Wishing to release an album that truly captured their artistic vision, the band readily admits to being meticulous and demanding of themselves in the recording process. The end result of dedication to independence as artist – and the refining of their craft – is the band’s fifth album release...
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.
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