Interviews

Most Popular

  • 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.

    more
  • 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.

    more
  • 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.

    more
  • 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:

    more
  • 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.

    more
  • 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.

    more
  • Casey J “The Gathering” Album Review

    Over the years, Integrity Music has had not only championed for the worship of the church, but the imprint has had painted colors into the church's praises. Instead of just building up the musical repertoire of white churches, they have resourced Spanish and Chinese churches with new and invigorating tunes. Recently, in a venture with Tyscot Records, Integrity Music will be helping channel the songs of a host of African-American artists into the church's soundtracks. The first artist that has benefited from such a collaboration is Atlanta-based worship leader Casey J (Hobbs) .

    more
  • Robin Mark and the New Irish Choir and Orchestra “A Belfast Symphony” Album Review

    If you have grown up in the church in the 90s, you would be familiar with the choruses (back then, worship songs were known as "choruses") of Robin Mark. Even if you are not familiar with his name, you may have sung his signature tune, "Days of Elijah." With other staples like "The Wonder of the Cross" and " All for Jesus," Mark holds the iconic status of the one of pioneering leaders of worship leaders with stalwarts such as Don Moen, Marty Nystrom, Darlene Zschech, and Paul Baloche.

    more
  • 5 New Christmas Worship Songs to Sing This Christmas

    Christmas is only 5 weeks away, and if you are a worship leader or if you are just a worshipper looking for Christ-centered worship songs to sing this Christmas, here are our suggestions.

    more
  • Casting Crowns “Only Jesus” Album Review

    "I got lost in the lie that it was up to me/To make a name the world remembers/But Jesus is the only name to remember." These words from Casting Crowns' most acerbic title cut and single "Only Jesus" has a prophetic ring to it. Far too many churches thrive on the teaching that we are called to chase our dreams. And too often such an ego-centric mantra means to use Jesus as a means to get more recognition and prosperity for ourselves. Casting Crowns, in what is one of the most significant songs released this year, sets such a spiritually devious teaching alright.

    more

Hot Trends

Most Popular

popular videos