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: Fresh Revelations by Emma Hatfield
"'Fresh Revelations' marks my first E.P. I've been fortunate enough to produce with creative artists from Orphan No More who's ethos is to pioneer a movement of building up new artists. This E.P has developed over a number of years, all encompassing revelations I've learnt through personal battles of...
Music Review: Changed Forever by Daystar Worship
It is our belief that good music alone cannot change an individual’s life. At Daystar, our culture of worship is focused upon the glory of Christ and His praise alone. As we praise Christ, His presence changes our lives. It is our desire that the people who listen to...
Music Review: My Desire by Hannah Kamara
Hannah Kamara is an anointed singer, songwriter and a worshipper. The words that best describe Hannah Kamara are: Fun, Vibrant, Passionate and Stylish. She has a burning desire to spread the gospel and empower others through her music to want to know more of God. She is certainly a...
Music Review: Facing A Task Unfinished by Keith and Kristyn Getty
Facing a Task Unfinished is the latest album from pre-eminent modern hymn writers, Keith and Kristyn Getty. The album, which champions congregational singing and mission, follows the radical example of the hymn “Facing a Task Unfinished,” rewritten from its original 1931 version, where its urgent call propelled individuals, families...
Music Review: Wide Open Space  by LIFE Worship
Wide Open Space is the follow up to the charting Life Worship album Dance Again, which included the global worship song "We Believe”. Dance Again reached number one on the iTunes Christian and Gospel chart, made it into the Top 40 of the main UK album chart and peaked...
Music Review: Expectation by Hannah
Hannah's vocal dexterity and unique Afro-Western fusion creates a marvellous sound that has been embraced by people from all backgrounds. A complete original, she writes from the heart and the thought provoking lyrics of her songs emanate from real life experiences where she has learnt how...
Music Review: Penumbra by Benjamin James
"The organic folk of Benjamin James is drastically heightened by his use of dramatics. His brand of orchestral pop is extremely emotive and uplifting, complete with gorgeous string arrangements and gangs of voices reaching for the heavens. There's an innovative uniqueness to his sound that seems consistent across his...
Music Review: Exhale by Thousand Foot Krutch
“I had gotten the idea a few years back of having an album called ‘Inhale’ showcasing the lighter, quieter side of the band that's always been a part of our albums, allowing us the freedom to dig deeper into that than we have before. And then to have an...
Music Review: Gold by Sam Bailey
My heart is that this album would carry that same Kingdom vision; a vision motivated by a longing to see faith back on the front line of culture! That this collection of songs would not just carry a Kingdom breadth but would stand in ‘the gap’. That whoever’s hands...
Music Review: We Are Messengers by We Are Messengers
Sure of his calling and determined to follow the leading of God, Darren Mulligan and his wife left their home in Ireland, packed up their belongings and moved their three young children across the globe to Franklin, Tenn. The singer hit the ground running, scheduling daily co-writing sessions. For...
Music Review: Bubble Wrap by Malunga
Malunga is a 21-year-old from Ilford London with a Congolese and Zambian background! Music has been a massive part of her life, giving her strength in being able to tell her stories from all of life's highs and lows. Her aim is to send positive messages and spread light...
Music Review: To The King...Vertical Worship by Micah Stampley
On May 20, Micah Stampley releases his eighth album, To the King…Vertical Worship. The live recording, which took place at Oasis Family Life Church in Dallas, Georgia, on June 26 of last year, finds the gospel crooner offering up a batch of new songs, many co-written with his wife...
Music Review: This Changes Everything by Cana's Voice
God’s love and redeeming grace to as many people as possible, they are particularly concerned for those who are on the edge of giving up on God, Christianity and the church.
Music Review: Room by Leké
Leke has toured around the globe every year since, ministering in countries such as Germany, St Lucia, Belgium, Nigeria and all over the UK. “Touring and international experiences have helped affirm my impact through music; I always dreamed of my music reaching places I couldn’t.” He has also written...
Music Review: Love Walk by Tosé
Love Walk Vol. 1 is the first of what will be two EPs where I give expression to (my) life's journey with God at the centre. To me, it is a love journey...a Love Walk. Sometimes it is happy, sometimes it is sad. Sometimes it feels liberating, other times...
Music Review: Future Glory by Doxa Theo
This album has a liturgical presence focussing on sacred hymns, prayers, and gospel-centered lyrics. The music sings with reverence to the Maker with heavy piano, swell-based electric guitars, and light string colorization. This collection of songs gives glory to the Divine Maker, just like the meaning of the bands...
Music Review: Heel by Dogs of Peace
Dogs of Peace is a studio project comprising of: - Gordon Kennedy (vocals, guitars), formerly of White Heart - Jimmie Lee Sloas (vocals, bass, keyboards), formerly of The Imperials - John Hammond (drums) - Blair Masters (keyboards) - Eric Darken (percussion) Kennedy and Sloas have written,...
Music Review: Where The Light Shines Through by Switchfoot
"We try to approach every record like its our first and our last, but this one feels extra special," Tim Foreman says of Where the Light Shines Through, SWITCHFOOT's tenth album and Vanguard Records debut. "The process of making it was a huge struggle, but it was cathartic,...
Music Review: Love Riot by Newsboys
Platinum®-selling, Dove Award-winning Newsboys are back with their highly anticipated Fair Trade Services debut, LOVE RIOT. The lead single, "Guilty" is already making waves at radio, and is set to help kick off the "God's Not Dead 2" movie as the featured song in the film. Newsboys have sold...
Music Review: The Misfit Generation by Social Club Misfits
Social Club Misfits is the result of two distinctive personalities meshing together to create an invigorating sound. The self-monikered "Misfits" are disruptors in every sense: challenging norms and bringing other misfits along for the ride. 
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