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  • Barry Rowland & Deliverance “It is Time” Album Review

    Barry Rowland & Deliverance have a secret weapon that many of their peers can only dream of. Their consistently lofty standard as set by their material is attributive to the fact that they have Kyla Rowland as their in-house songwriter. Kyla Rowland who has written scores and scores of Southern Gospel classics (such as "One Scarred Hand," "Safer Thus Far," and "Wedding Invitation" among many others) is none other than Barry's mother.

  • Matty Mullins “Unstoppable” Album Review

    Matty Mullins is a meteoric ball of energy. From the first note to the last, this album is a gushing blast of adrenaline. Gifted with an expressive high soaring tenor, Mullins animates each song vocally with verve as if his life depends on every syllable. Each song not only receives a power-packed workout, but the lyrics themselves are muscularly Biblical and worshipful.

  • Anthem Lights “Hymns” Album Review

    In short, this is a short and largely under produced album containing mostly traditional tunes, yet it is so good.

  • The Kingsmen “They Don’t Know” Album Review

    With their previous album "Battle Cry," the Kingsmen have built for themselves a formidable fortress. Upheld by critics and fans as one of their strongest effort, they have shielded themselves from any darts of negativity from critics and naysayers. Now, almost three years later, they are back with "They Don't Know."

  • Kim Walker-Smith “On My Side” Album Review

    When Jesus Culture's Kim Walker-Smith sings, she commands our attention. There's an intensity in her supple alto that has the ability of unearthing the depths of every syllable she sings making her voice come across as absolutely stunning.

  • Various Artists "The Case For Christ: Songs Inspired By the Original Motion Picture" Review

    "The Case for Christ" is destined to be one of this year's biggest faith-based movie. Not since "God is Not Dead" and "God is Not Dead 2" has the aniticipation been more keenly felt.

  • Lou Fellingham “This Changes Everything” Album Review

    The Internet has made the world smaller. Now, with just a click of a browser we can access music from all corners of the earth. Gone are the days you need to pay a hefty levy and wait forever in order to order an imported CD. This has exposed us to artists all over the globe. Lou Fellingham, may be a new name to many of us, but in her native UK, she's already a worship music veteran. "This Changes Everything," released by Integrity Music UK, is actually her sixth solo album, but her first live record.

  • MercyMe “LIFER” Album Review

    After 23 years and 15 studio albums, MercyMe still has currency in today's music scene. Unlike many of their peers, they have never been blacklisted as an "oldie" veteran. Rather, they still have currency with today's youth as well as remain a constant favorite amongst their fans from twenty years ago.

  • Bethel Music “Starlight” Album Review

    Every Bethel Music album is an important release. Bethel Music, like Hillsong Worship, Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher, Darlene Zschech and Matt Redman, is in such a position that they shape the content of the church's worship more than any other artists. Due to the ubiquity of their music across churches, what they put out is of vital importance.

  • North Point Insideout “Nothing Ordinary” EP Review

    Within the purview of worship music, there's a burgeoning of "youth" oriented church bands. Perhaps compelled in large measure by Hillsong Young and Free, nowadays more and more teenagers find it "cool" to sing the praises of Jesus than drinking alcohol and smoking weed in some seedy nightclub.


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