I think most evangelical Christians find the idea of liturgy a little alarming.
This album shows why lovesliescrushing are at the head of the beautiful noise scene.
The music lends itself quite nicely to introspective moments and activities.
Each of these songs feels convincingly, painfully convicted.
A blend of jazz, trip-hop, and downtempo music that stood out from everything else I heard at this year’s Cornerstone.
Havalina returns to Tooth & Nail Records with another unique and delightfully quirky album.
The band’s first album as a duo and a resounding return to their peak form.
A sometimes humorous, but more often scathing look at the Serb-Bosnian conflict.
Royal City has moved from being a band that hinted at greatness with their debut to an act that fully realized that potential in one enormous step.
As a fan of all things drone-y, blissed out, and dreampop, this one hit the sweet spot.
I was amazed at the hellish force with which Dick Dale plays.
Nathan Amundson has quietly established himself as a singer/songwriter to watch.
Donnie Yen’s directorial efforts are so self-assured, so blatant, and so… bad.
If you start wondering how many souls this song, this poem, this story, this movie is going to save, you’re done for.