5 Politically Relevant Songs To Add To Your 2018 Playlist
Music about a breakup or a heartthrob is good, but what about music political overtones and social commentaries? With the 2018 Midterms just come...
I’m Bringing Boy Bands Back
Written by Kristen Davis. Media by Stephen Hillrich. Music has a way of relating to us better than humans sometimes. When you find yourself down...
The Influence of Music
Written by Kristen Davis. Media by Stephen Hillrich. The music world is constantly growing and expanding. We’ve come a long way from Johnny Cash and...
Following the Latest from Bethel Music
If you have not heard the music coming out of Bethel Church in Redding, California, you have got to check it out. Really, I cannot imagine how you could have not come across them earlier, because they have been contributing to the world of Christian worship music for years.
Track by Track through Noah Gundersen’s “Ledges”
At 24 years old, Noah Gundersen is a songwriter not unlike many others, but so far ahead of the game. And his debut release has cemented himself as one of the great songwriters of our day.
GC Jazz Band Releases First CD: “First Take”
Written by Heather Fairbanks and Carla Morris. Media by Stephen Hillrich. Images courtesy of GC Jazz Band. The GC Jazz Band, a traditional big band made...
Alcest’s “Shelter”: Black Metal Brought to Light
When attempting to critically analyze and review the creative work of another, objectivity is of paramount importance. Personal enjoyment must be put aside and the work must be examined with an open and unbiased mind. Sometimes, this creates a conflict of interest within the reviewers’ mind and makes it rather difficult to remain a credible source and refrain from transforming into just another gushing “fanboy/girl”.
Artist Spotlight: John Mark McMillan’s “Borderland”
John Mark McMillan. The Man of my Dreams. A man that has brought me to my knees. Through his raw vocals and his compelling lyrical style, John Mark McMillan is truly a gem in the music industry.