Featuring Jason Martin, Jeff Cloud, Richard Swift, and Frank Lenz.
For 25 years, Jason Martin has delivered one solid tune after another. These are some of his best.
Starflyer 59’s songs often wax nostalgic and wonder where life has gone. Their latest album is the culmination of that line of thinking.
For over two decades, Jason Martin’s “blue collar” approach to music has resulted in an impressively reliable discography.
Starflyer 59’s next album, titled “Slow,” will be released by Tooth & Nail Records this summer.
Live-tweeting my way through Starflyer 59’s second album.
Dial M is yet another fine offering from one of the most reliable and dependable names in music today.
In addition to these fresh, exciting elements, the album also features some of the most honest, spiritual songs that Martin has written in, well, quite some time.
However, it’s very fitting that I Am the Portugese Blues sport one of the older style covers, as in many ways, it’s a regression towards the band’s earlier sound.
In some ways, this album is an amalgamation of everything that Martin has done before.
This album is intensely both weird and cool.
When it works, it shows once again that Martin is still one of the best songwriters in Christian music.
When you hear this record, it’s easy to see why Starflyer is one of the most critically acclaimed Christian bands.
Actually, the best part about having all of these tracks in one location is getting to listen to all of Starflyer’s musical directions in one sitting.
Dance House Children sounds exactly like what you’d expect a pre-Joy Electric project to sound like.