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  • Michael Farren “Fighting for Us” Album Review

    Michael Farren has on been on creative roll for more than a decade. Avid connoisseurs of songwriter's credits will remember his name. He is the proud co-writer of songs such as "Sing It Now" (Reba McEntire), "Washed Away" (Michael W. Smith), "Trust in You" (Lauren Dangle), "For All of Us" (Natalie Grant) and many others.

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  • Steve Ladd “Come Up Clean” Album Review

    Steve Ladd packs in a punch in every syllable he articulates. There's such an embedded passionate in his vocals that you can't help but sit up and listen. Thus, if there's something you can't fault Steve Ladd, it's that he means every word he sings.

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  • Israel Houghton “The Road to DeMaskus” Album Review

    For the last year or so, the name of Israel Houghton appeared in the headlines of tabloids more than any new musical products. The faux pax of his publicly announced divorce from his wife of over 20 years and his whirlwind romance and marriage to wifey #2 certainly was gruelling.

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  • The Wisecarvers “Silhouette” Album Review

    While many Southern Gospel acts pride themselves for doing cover songs, this is not so with the Wisecarvers. They have taken the road less travelled by penning all (save for one) tracks on their latest release. Not only that, the Wisecarvers have deviated from the 10-song norm by generously offering 12 selections. And they are handsomely rewarded with their latest Sonlite release "Silhouette," which is arguably their best record to date.

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  • Mosaic MSC “Heaven” Album Review

    However, what sets Mosaic MSC's "Heaven" is that they have moved away from the rock based template of most worship records. Rather, they have made "Heaven" more electronic with sparser use of electric guitars, an increase prevalence of electronic loops and more distorted vocals. Though not entirely innovative, at least the sound is more distinctive.

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  • Rivers & Robots “Discovery” Album Review

    Maybe it's because they are from the UK. Maybe it's because they can interweave folk sensibilities and a slight blotch of electronica into their Jason Mraz-esque pop. Maybe it's because they are quarantined from the assembly line of recycled cliches and guitar riffs. There's something very addictive about Rivers & Robots' new Integrity Music release "Discovery." This is an album that will find yourself returning to again and again.

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  • Mack Brock “Greater Things” Album Review

    Mack Brock's fingerprints are everywhere as far as modern worship songs are concerned. Even if his name may not be familiar to all, Brock's compositions have been the soundtrack of many church's worships, including "O Come to the Altar," "Here as in Heaven," "Resurrecting," "Do It Again" and many others.

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  • Stuart Townend “Courage” Album Review

    The carnage of the so-called worship wars has left its share of unfortunate casualties. Church splits and Christians walking away with a bitter after taste have led to the inevitable rise of artists like Townend. Instead of championing for either the hymn or modern worship song option, Townend represents the third alternative.

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  • The Collingsworth Family “Mercy & Love” Album Review

    If you only have money to purchase one Southern Gospel music album this year, get this one.

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  • Lauren Daigle “Look Up Child” Album Review

    "Look Up Child" is an even better record than her predecessor. This sophomore effort not only demonstrates growth but it does it in a way not at the expense of fans who have been smitten by her previous album.

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