Album Review

Album Review

Relient K: Air for Free

In the eleventh round of this band’s ongoing tug of war between “pop” and “punk,” and guitar pop wins out in a big way...

Michael Sweet: One Sided War

After a fallow period, Sweet has roared back into action. With seven albums in the last six years between his work fronting Stryper, a...

Billy Crockett: Rabbit Hole

Always an extraordinary acoustic guitarist and an able singer/composer, Crockett has lately added lyricist and producer to his credentials, organizing musical gatherings at his...

Castro: Diamond Dreams (EP)

Jason Castro made an impression on the 2008 season of American Idol with his clear tenor pipes and dreadlock hair. The dreads are gone,...

Blues Counsel: Slow Demolition

Back with their third album of original material (they also put out a killer live record featuring guest, Phil Keaggy) Blues Counsel unleashes another...

The World Will Burn: Severity

In the 90s, brothers Dale and Troy Thompson set the White Metal world on fire with scorching albums like Kinetic Faith and Snakes in...

Michael Roe: Gothic

When Michael Roe rolled into Denver on September 2, 2001 for a show at the stately Gothic Theatre, he didn’t expect to be joined...

Sandra McCracken: God’s Highway

McCracken’s 11th album since 2000 finds her stepping away from jangly acoustic pop into a mellow “live in the home studio” setting. Recording over...

The Choir: Live and On the Wing (CD/DVD)

Too few Christian bands have seen their concert performances preserved by professional videographers, but at least the list of deserving-yet-unchronicled groups is one band...

NF: Therapy Session

Occasionally a Christian concept album comes along which opens an honest and eloquent door into an artist’s personal life. Bob Bennett’s Songs from Bright...