Danny Boyle has made a film that is truly and honestly heartwarming, inspirational, emotional, and family-friendly.
An incredibly immersive and overwhelming experience, especially when listened to on headphones.
Sci-fi fans looking for something with a little more substance, not to mention a brainteaser or two, are in for a treat with this one.
It’ll be interesting to see how this disc holds up in a month, 6 months, a year.
Buchanan and his bandmates seem more interested in capturing the beauty and magic in life’s mundane details.
The album weds poetic, intelligent lyrics and lush arrangements.
I found this release interesting as a reminder of how far Christian music has come.
These guys are still fairly young, so expect some good things to come from them.
The album is pop album first and foremost, in all of its unabashed glory.
Steve Scott’s spoken word and ambient music is incredibly stimulating stuff, both mentally and spiritually.
Unlike some bands that “drum and bass” is attached to, Faith Massive are all about the groove and the mood, as opposed to flashing the mad skillz.
Definitely an interesting listen, because I don’t really know of anything that sounds like this.
One of those albums that reminds you of all of your favorite bands and yet still sounds unique.
The talent is clearly there, but they don’t make use of it on a large portion of the album.