Local, Small Batch, and Artisanal: New Music You Need To Checkout

Summer is well underway, and people are looking for music to fill out their summer bangerz playlist. Four local bands, and friends of The Remnant, released or are releasing music Continue Reading →

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Rend Collective at Nortwestern

With the band leading the Sunday evening crowd in an acapella rendition of “I Love the Lord”, Rend Collective finished their two-night residency at The University of Northwestern – St. Continue Reading →

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Wow to the Deadness EP- Reviewed by Joe Keyport

Wow to the Deadness EP is the follow up release from the Christian Rock Super Group, Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil’s debut album Goliath. The band consists of Steve Continue Reading →

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W.L.A.K. – Review by Alex Larsen

After a few stints on the top download page of http://rapzilla.com, Collision Records decided to collaborate the talent. Alex Faith, Swoope, Dre Murray, and Christon Gray teamed up to create Continue Reading →

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Instruments of Mercy by Beautiful Eulogy – Review By Alex Larsen

Some bands form around a vocal talent or a musical talent, and find the rest of the pieces elsewhere. Now and then, a handful of individual artists team up, creating Continue Reading →

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Royal Tailor – Album Review by Alex Larsen

Christian pop/r&b band Royal Tailor released a self-titled album in October. The band’s sophomore effort came after a solid debut in Black & White. Numbers may be deceptive, as the Continue Reading →

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Mad Haven by Canon Album Review

Mad Haven Canon Canon hit the web a few months ago, boasting a new single. Mad Haven fluttered around, drawing back listeners from his former work (Loose Canon, Vol. 1 Continue Reading →

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Are Explicit Lyrics OK in Christian Music?

Christian rapper Sho Baraka thinks so. In his latest album, Talented Xth, Amisho “Sho Baraka” Lewis, 33, comments on social issues like racism, abortion and commercialism with a Christian worldview Continue Reading →

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JJ Heller: Loved

By Jeremiah Holdsworth, Indie Vision Music I always love a good acoustic/folk/pop album.  Something I can just pop in the cd player and enjoy with my wife, as we work around Continue Reading →

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Andrew Peterson: Light for the Lost Boy

By Dave Trout, Under The Radar DT: How did the overall theme and concept come together for Light for the Lost Boy?Andrew:  I don’t want it to come across as if Continue Reading →

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