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  • Elias Dummer “The Work Vol. 1” Album Review

    "The Work Vol. 1" is the debut solo album by the City Harmonic's former frontman Elias Dummer. As a collective, the City Harmonic were the brick and mortar of worship music in their homeland in Canada. In the process of time, many of their songs, including "A City on a Hill," "Manifesto," "Holy (Wedding Day)" and "We Are One," also became international worship staples.

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  • Becca Bradley “Heaven Come Down” Album Review

    Becca Bradley has a striking crystalline voice that immediately jumps right out of the speakers with the album first few notes. Powerful, expressive and ladened with a heartfelt vulnerability, Bradley has what it takes to animate life into any song she tackles.

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  • Bethel Music “Victory” Album Review

    Bethel Music is firing on all cylinders for an ultimate victory with their new album.

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  • Corey Voss & Madison Street Worship “Songs of the House” Album Review

    Undergirding this new 10-song worship record is a story of revival. Seven years ago, Gateway Shelbyville, a multi-generational, Tennessee congregation situated on the small town's main thoroughfare of Madison Stree, was just a small rural church of not more than 60 congregants. But enter the Holy spirit, through Gateway's pastor, Jason Daughdrill and worship leader, Corey Voss, the church has now grown into a congregation of over 1,000 worshippers.

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  • The Singing Contractors “Working on a Building: Hymns & Gospel Classics” Album Review

    Aaron Gray and Josh Arnett are really contractors in real life. And they really can sing, well, if one may add. It all started when they released a video of them singing the hymn "How Great Thou Art" at an unfinished corner of remodelled home. Within a matter of 24 hours, the video gone viral with over a million views. This has led them to ink a contract with Gaither Music.

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  • Switchfoot “Native Tongue” Album Review

    For album #11, Switchfoot has moved away from their native tongue of California-styled hard rock to explore more musical languages, in terms of sounds and sub-genres. Though the quintet still retains their guitar-driven alternative rock signature sound on certain cuts, they have also splice the other cuts with EDM dance, Beatles-esque chamber pop and there's even a stark stripped down acoustic number.

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  • Passion “Follow You Anywhere” Album Review

    Congruous with the thousands of teenagers and young adults that congregate each year at Passion City Church's yearly conference, "Follow You Anywhere" is dynamic, loud, anthemic and youthful. As with their copious annual albums, which perennially drop during the week of the conference, this 2019 set doesn't deviate much from the templates set by its predecessors.

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  • Best Christian Songs of 2018

    It's that time again for us to compile our favorite Christian songs for 2018. This year's list is inundated with lots of worship songs from veteran acts such as Darlene Zschech, Hillsong Worship, Lauren Daigle and Lincoln Brewster. However, never acts have not been disappointing either. So, here's our list:

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  • Best Southern Gospel Music Albums of 2018

    2018 saw a barrage of album releases. Here we have compiled our favorite worship albums released this year with a nod towards a couple of newer names to boot.

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  • Best Worship Albums of 2018

    2018 saw a barrage of worship album releases. With Christian music leaning more and more towards serving the church with worship songs, there are no lack of releases. Here we have compiled our favorite worship albums released this year with a nod towards a couple of newer names to boot.

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