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Future of Forestry: Awakened to the Sound

If you heard the Travel Series’ U2/Coldplay approach or Pages’ pleasant Ed Sheeran-like acoustic pop and think you know what this band is about,...

Starflyer 59: Slow

Twenty years ago, with two albums of noisy shoegaze under his belt, few might have predicted that the influence of Jason Martin, or the...

Theocracy: Ghost Ship

After a five year lull, Theocracy roars back with another power metal attack. The title track is a call to join God’s “misfits,” and...

Bizzle: Crowns and Crosses

The sixth album from pimp-turned-Christian rapper Mark “Bizzle” Felder starts off unassumingly enough, but the second half is a tour-de-force of thoughtful introspection dealing...

Waxing the Gospel: Mass Evangelism and the Phonograph 1890-1900: Various Artists

Here’s one for collectors and history buffs. In the late 19th century, prior to the advent of amplifiers, music and other sounds were recorded...

Keith and Kristyn Getty: Facing a Task Unfinished

This couple, known for modern hymn classics like “In Christ Alone” and “The Power of the Cross”, heads into uncharted waters on their latest...

David Dunn: Yellow Balloons

Do you miss artists like Rich Mullins and Mark Heard, who asked the hard and sometimes unanswerable questions? This former “The Voice” contestant put...

Icon for Hire: You Can’t Kill Us

Warning: If you cannot abide PG-13 language, this is not the album for you. Now graduated from Tooth & Nail to indie status and...

Top 10 Albums of 1991

This is the second in a series of ten articles walking through the best Christian rock albums of the 1990s, as voted on by...

Ginny Owens: Love Be the Loudest

Owens’ ninth full-length studio project continues her winning streak of in the vein of Rachel Platten or Katy Perry. Producers Rusty Varenkamp, Chad Copelin,...