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Jay Tholen Reviews

Celestial Archive

On Celestial Archive, Jay Tholen Finds Joy and Security in God’s Sovereignty (Review)

Tholen’s first album in four years finds him pondering marriage, being an artist, and the mysteries of God’s divine will.
Sep 22, 2017
The Low Drone of Earth

The Low Drone of Earth by Jay Tholen (Review)

The Low Drone of Earth may be Tholen’s darkest album to date, but it’s also one of his most successful and well-realized.
May 4, 2013
 When Ominous Red Sailing Stones Sleep Beneath Fire Rainbows

When Ominous Red Sailing Stones Sleep Beneath Fire Rainbows by Jay Tholen (Review)

The album continues Tholen’s streak as a fine purveyor of weird, fascinating music from the fringes of Christendom.
Sep 7, 2012
Vainglory EP

Vainglory EP by Jay Tholen (Review)

Tholen’s latest is another fine example of his “Christ-centered chipwave.”
Sep 16, 2011
Control Me

Control Me by Jay Tholen (Review)

What if Anamanaguchi, Susumu Hirasawa, Ronnie Martin, and Sufjan Stevens got together and made a chiptune gospel album?
Jan 6, 2011