Posts Tagged ‘new music’

Exposures by See The Rise – Rising Above the Storm

See The Rise is a band that has lived a lifetime before the debut of their first full album. With devastating heartache swirling around the band’s early chapters, it’s not surprising that the end result finally forged would be something strong. Their The Theft EP gave listeners a taste of what was to come, but the potential is finally fully realized with Exposures. The five piece band is fronted by founder and vocalist Josh Myers, backed by guitarists Brian Elliot and Jason Law, bassist Andrew Davis and drummer Kyle Zahorski. The group aims to bring hope to those in

Don’t Censor Me by Audio Adrenaline – "Don’t Censor Me" (or Audio A)

As one of the premier CCM bands of the 1990’s, Audio Adrenaline has gained a loyal following over the years. Though their popularity skyrocketed after “Big House” debuted on Don’t Censor Me, Audio A had a rough start with their first and self-titled album from ForeFront Records in 1992. At first, they had an almost hip-hop vibe, like fellow band dcTalk, but eventually they evolved into a rock band, starting with Bloom.

Reborn by Finding Favour – Finding Their Footing

Having gained a massive following with their wildly successful song “Say Amen” (which earned southern gospel group Brian Free Assurance several 2015 Dove Awards for their cover rendition), Gotee Records act Finding Favour is finally unveiling their much anticipated full length debut, Reborn. What Works:  Bright musical moments pop onto the scene like splatters of color across a white canvas. The techno pop opening of “Refuge” leads into a silky worship tune, reminiscent of current Phil Wickham stylings.

From Water to War by Nine Lashes – From Water to War . . . to Your Music Collection

Birmingham, Alabama-based rock band Nine Lashes released their debut album Escape in 2009 on Collide Records. Their album happened to find its way to Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch, who convinced Tooth & Nail Records to sign the band. They did and subsequently released their most successful album to date, World We View, in 2012. Two years later they returned with their third effort, From Water to War

Calm Down, Everything Is Fine by Mike Mains & The Branches – Everything is Fine on this album

Mike Mains & the Branches came back in 2014 with their newest album Calm Down, Everything is Fine, an impressive, 11-track, indie-rock record. Between frontman Mike Mains’ songwriting and “the Branches’” talents on their respective instruments, MMTB are tearing down the borders of mainstream indie rock and going a little more off the wall. Standout songs feature their runaway hit “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” and also “Take It All,” both receiving a considerable amount of attention from RaidoU. Calm Down, Everything is Fine (2014): 11 tracks, 37 minutes If you’re ever feeling overwhelmed by all the work and

My Own Worst Enemy by Tragic Hero – Some Heat for Everyday Life

Tragic Hero is a New Jersey based artist with an original name who has gained much momentum in the last few years with an EP released with Wes Pendleton and multiple features (using both rap and vocals).  Having a buzz and anticipation for an album is obviously a blessing and a curse. There is the sheer excitement and impatience of fans salivating to get a taste of the new music, but there can also be a big letdown if the album is not what was expected. Following the singles “Winter” and “My Own Worst Enemy,” the new album My

Unbroken Praise by Matt Redman – A Foretaste of Eternal Unbroken Praise

Unbroken Praise is the latest live worship album by our generation’s most influential worship leader, Matt Redman, available everywhere June 16. As the writer and singer of “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord),” “Holy,” “Never Once,” “Blessed Be Your Name,” “Better is One Day” and “You Never Let Go,” along with Passion’s “Our God,” “Here For You,” “Lay Me Down” and “Jesus, Only Jesus,” worshippers worldwide have been consistently blessed by Matt’s “Heart of Worship.” This new album is not to be missed, with 11 new and fresh Spirit-filled songs for the Church. The album is centered on our

Letters To the President by Hawk Nelson – KRISTIA

Remember that it is a long time since i have had the need to apply rush my essay. Maybe Concerning self taught themselves this oftentimes you will be your foremost guarantee in regards to inventiveness. Them had people a long time so that you can comprehend this possibilities nonetheless whenever i as a final point free them, them turned the most wonderful thing I actually possibly have.

Everything and Nothing Less by Chris McClarney – A Beautiful Composition

Five years have transpired since Chris McClarney’s last release, Defender. In that time, McClarney has teamed up with Jesus Culture, and his worship anthem “Your Love Never Fails” has been adopted and sung across the country. Now finally, after five years, McClarney is sharing nine new worshipful and powerful songs, recorded live in San Francisco.  The title, Everything And Nothing Less, immediately excited me. As a worship leader myself, I have found it very easy to find hundreds of songs that speak about God’s love for me, or the things God does for me– songs

Facebook Like Button for Dummies