Just two years shy of their last album Run, offering the popular singles “Promises” and “Pray,” the five piece group of Ohio-based rockers known as Sanctus Real are back with their latest effort, 2014′s The Dream. Joined by new members Jake Rye (bass) and Seth Huff (guitar), band mainstays Chris Rohman (guitar), Mark Graalman (drums), and frontman Matt Hammitt deliver 12 new tracks, promising to add yet another layer of depth to their ever assailable themes. The title track “The Dream” starts off on a moody and slightly electronic note. It’s a nod to the familiar vibe of
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In Christian Christmas music in our day and age, it’s pretty much a given that two to four major players every year will give us a full length Christmas album, a few others an EP, and several more still a single or compilation contribution. Christmas music has become significant even in mainstream, and Christmas projects often serve as a sort of career milestone. With spirits so high during those last 6 or so weeks of the year when most of us really listen to Christmas music regularly, who wouldn’t want to be a part of that? The problem comes
There are two kinds of music that I can listen to all the time without tiring of them: Irish music, and Christian music. This band brings a perfect blend of those genres! The lyrics, while simple, encourage worship at every turn. One can’t help but sing and dance when the songs from The Art of Celebration come on!
Seeker & Servant debuts their first album Into your Love I Go with an impressive amount of vulnerability. Their goal of bringing a fresh approach to Christian music is met by their raw and honest lyrics mixed with a catchy sound. Avid listeners of Mumford & Sons and Rend Collective Experiment will be particularly pleased with their electric blend of acoustic folk rock. The album starts on a high note with the energetic “How Deep the Father’s Love for Us,” an upbeat track praising God for setting us free. Musically, this is the strongest track on the album
If you like weirdness that is a little hard to understand and even harder to explain, this song and its music video were literally made for you. That said, it is a crazy fun, funny, upbeat dance song! It has beautiful music, creative lyrics, and endless fun!
For a while it was taboo for Christian artists to write songs dealing with relationships or life situations. Rachael Messini has been one to do this even when it was not very popular to do so. She (along with brothers Je’kob and Josh Washington) made waves and blazed trails as the Souljahz. Later, she and Je’kob became to the duo, The Washington Projects. Now, as a solo artist, Rachael releases Honestly, an album that is completely Rachael which is good ol’ life music. Wives who are trying to have a child or woman who had trouble having children will