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I Am They: Trial and Triumph

Trial and Triumph is the long-awaited sophomore release from Carson City, Nevada based alternative/pop worship group, I Am They. The quintet of Jon McConnell,...

Paul Baloche: The Ultimate Collection

Normally, I shudder at the thought of reviewing a greatest hits album, simply because everything that needed to be said has pretty much already...

Future of Forestry: Union

After a glorious 2016 release that combined haunting, Tibetan-inflected electro-ballads with thunderously cinematic Hans Zimmer-style instrumentals, Eric Owyoung is back in the driver’s seat...

Sandra McCracken: Songs from the Valley

One of our best modern hymn re-envisioners steps back to the album format in a singer/songwriter mode. “Nobody needs another love song… the light...

Andrew Peterson: Resurrection Letters Prologue, Resurrection Letters Volume 1

Of all the children of Christian music’s 1990’s commercial breakthrough, Andrew Peterson most faithfully carries on Rich Mullins’ legacy of richly biblical, yet...

Jason Upton: A Table Full Of Strangers Vol. 2

Jason Upton has somehow managed to remain out of the famous worship artist spotlight, even though he has been writing and leading people in...

For All Seasons: Clarity

California trio, For All Seasons, may be new to the CCM recording industry, having recently been signed by Centricty Records, but the retro pop...

Passion: Whole Heart

Passion’s 2017 worship release made it obvious that Kristian Stanfill is now the lead worshipper and successor to Chris Tomlin, with Chris’ recognizable tenor...

Audrey Assad: Evergreen

“How do I grieve what I can’t let go? It’s got a hold on me.” Coming out of what she calls an “irrational season...

Andrew Osenga: The Painted Desert

One of today’s most consistently satisfying songwriters shows his worth yet again on this eleven song meditation on the stuff of real life. “Beautiful Places”...

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