aDult Contemporary releases 06.04.2013 AuDIO ADRENALINE Big hoUsE To oCEAN FLoor FOREFRONT RECORDS/ CApITOL BuILDING 429 WE WoN’T BE shAKEN ESSENTIAL RECORDS/ pROvIDENT TIM TIMMONS CAsT MY CArEs REuNION RECORDS/ pROvIDENT All release dates and album titles are subject to change. For the most up-to-date release schedule click here. aDult Contemporary BuilDing 429 We Won’t Be shaken (Essential Records) FOR FANS OF: The Afters, Sanctus Real, Tenth Avenue North QQQ Now six albums into its career, Building 429 is an established force on radio that continues to craft melodic, hook- filled modern pop (in spite of a few rudimentary arrangements). Even so, this album is lyrically bolder than ever before, inspiring listeners to pursue “God- sized dreams” with the rockin’ “Revolution” and “Bonfire” assertively leading the charge. especially on the powerful, “You Loved My Heart to Death.” –Grace S. Aspinwall WE LIKE: “You Loved My Heart to Death” Citizen way Love is The Evidence (Fair Trade) FOR FANS OF: Big Daddy Weave, Chris August, The Afters QQQQ From single, “Should’ve Been Me,” listeners will gravitate towards the likeable pop sound that Citizen Way brings to the table. “Lights On” is another upbeat, synth- backed song with One Republic- esque vibes, and the band also excels on the softer, “Fall Like the Rain.” This is a strong and enjoyable album and promising debut from start to finish. –Grace S. Aspinwall WE LIKE: “Lights On” WE LIKE: “Bonfire” –Andy Argyrakis shane anD shane Bring Your Nothing (Fair Trade) FOR FANS OF: Shawn McDonald, Mumford and Sons QQQ Shane and Shane certainly bring more than nothing on this release, although the vast array of styles lends an identity crisis of sorts. Regardless, the songs, all crafted within the parameters of the songwriting class they teach at their local church, maintain the duo’s signature sound and heart, CCMMagazine.coM