All in all, one of the best dance albums this year.
This album has a bit of a novelty factor to it, but it’s still really fun, and that’s all that matters.
The talent is clearly there, but they don’t make use of it on a large portion of the album.
Definitely an interesting listen, because I don’t really know of anything that sounds like this.
Steve Scott’s spoken word and ambient music is incredibly stimulating stuff, both mentally and spiritually.
The album is pop album first and foremost, in all of its unabashed glory.
These guys are still fairly young, so expect some good things to come from them.
Electronic praise songs are what Antidote gives to a growing Christian dance scene.
Piano Magic’s music is as spectral and eerie as it is beautiful and enchanting.
Piano Magic creates two hauntingly beautiful tales that sound like recordings straight from the Sargasso Sea.
A very good look at where the Christian industrial scene had its gestation.
A real gem that hasn’t lost it’s energy after almost a decade, and whose impact will probably never fully be known.
One of those albums that reminds you of all of your favorite bands and yet still sounds unique.
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.
There’s too much going on in the culture at large, both good and bad, for us to sit on our hands and pretend as if it doesn’t matter.
The incredible thing about Antarctica is that the musical formula, which could be so ‘80s, steers clear of the silly clichés it could easily fall into.