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  • The Kramers “The Hope of All Tomorrows” Album Review

    As soon as the first few notes of this record resound, you know you are listening to greatness. Thanks to producer Wayne Haun, there's a richness and majesty in these songs that's really stunning.

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  • Elevation Worship “Graves into Gardens (Live)” Album Review

    Elevation Worship's "Graves into Gardens (Live)" wins the award for best album cover of the year. Featuring the skeleton of a human chest with thriving flora growing out of it, the cover captures the image of the biblical concept of new birth.

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  • Jesus Culture “Church (Vol. 1/Live)” Album Review

    "Church (Vol. 1/Live)" sounds like a greatest hits collection for a couple of reasons. First, the record is choke full of singles: the majority of these songs sound like stand alone hits. Second, many of these songs are already stand alone hits. Instead of writing new and untried songs, various worship leaders have decided to re-cut their best crafted songs live.

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  • Micah Tyler “New Today” Album Review

    Micah Tyler has a voice that commands attention. His powerhouse tenor has a way of rousing our spirits in holy abandonment when the tempo accelerates. And in the more tender moments, he brings out a soulful disposition that strums upon our hearts' strings. With such a voice like that, Tyler can tackle any genre of Christian music without any trouble.

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  • Luke Wareham and Rachel Mason “Whisper” EP Review

    Many worship songs are nothing more than spurts of prayers delivered in the spur of the moment. There's nothing wrong with this if you have been meditating on the Word of God day and night. Unfortunately, this is more than often not the case. This is why many of our songs are often bereft of depth and as a result this has often been used as a reason why we shouldn't be singing contemporary compositions in churches today. Thank god we have worship leaders like Luke Wareham and Rachel Mason.

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  • Corey Voss & Madison Street Worship “Heaven Come Closer” Album Review

    Corey Voss and Madison Street Worship have shown great signs of growth with the new record. Rather than sounding scripted and rehearsed, Voss and his team show us what being truly immerse in the presence of God sounds like.

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  • Bethel Music “Peace” Album Review

    Different seasons call for different types of songs. In this anxious age caused by the coronavirus pandemic, worship songs are not to be viewed as tools of mere entertainment.

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  • Ian Yates “Mystery” Album Review

    Ian Yates is a musical equivalent to a deft storyteller. He has a way of creating mystery, intrigue, and suspense in his songs that make him a standout.

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  • Steffany Gretzinger “Forever Amen” Album Review

    Quietly and without fanfare, Steffany Gretzinger has dropped her debut solo album "Forever Amen" on us. This is her first full-length album since her departure from Bethel Music last year. In the same manner as the way the record was released, the songs (8 newly recorded worship numbers and 1 instrumental) are on the quieter side rifled with lots of slower and contemplative moments.

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  • 7 Songs to Listen to During the Coronavirus Quarantine

    So, here are 7 hand-picked songs for you to sing along as you worship God with your family or by yourself in your time of quarantine.

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