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Aradhna Sau Guna as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothAradhna feature more Western sounds in their global worship extravaganza.

ReflektorTaking on a British ‘90s vibe, this incarnation of the band has more colour than ever – but don’t expect as much social comment in the lyrics.

The album continues to get more and more interesting as it progresses and ends up being a solid soul/funk/jazz/gospel experiment…

pick-of-the-monthArgent In Deep. Though humble and lacking pretension, it remains one of the great un-sung albums of its decade. It is certainly Argent’s best-ever studio album.

Ashley Cleveland Colors and SoundsIf ‘commercial,’ ‘mainstream,’ and ‘pop’ are words that scare you, be very afraid; if not – enjoy Article One!

Jasen Ashdown Be Still My Soul reviewed in Phantom TollboothHonest cries from an honest heart. Acoustic based devotional music inspired by the Psalms.

On Inheritance, Audrey Assad, one of the foremost Catholic artists in our day, infuses ancient texts with a simplicity and wonder that makes them sound timeless.

One of the year’s best is now better

Who can find a warmer winter song?

Atash-EverythingIsMusicMasterfully played world music that trully embraces more than one cultural flavor into the mix. This is world music in the truest sense.

atkins may valleyIs that the Odd Couple theme I hear in the background? Worlds collide once again – with good results – as The Atkins / May Project returns with a follow-up to their heavenly metal debut.....

AtkinsMayJudas Priest founder Al Atkins gets together with Christian Guitarist Paul May to see if oil and water can produce Metal...

audioA90So here's Kevin Max fronting Audio Adrenaline and the question is, are we getting a watered-down Max or a Maxed-up Audio A? The good news is, fans of both are going to be happy

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