Steven Malcolm continues to mind personal territory on his The Second City EP series, bringing his Jamaican influence to bear on five compelling new tracks anchored in the tension between this life and the hope of the life to come. For only five tracks, there’s an incredible variance in flow. Don’t miss Malcolm’s second installment here.
Don’t get too hung up on where or how to categorize Enterline. They’re a husband-wife team (Drew & Melanie) yet the spotlight is solely on Melanie’s magnificent vocal. Worship (and worshipful) songs abound on Kingdoms yet this feels nothing like your standard worship release. It’s also not radio-ready.
Riley Clemmons may be new to the pop music scene, but her polished self-titled debut record doesn’t feel like the work of a rookie. Combined with slick production, Clemmons’ radio-friendly messages of positivity are a breath of fresh air. This collection of songs carries the bubble-gum sound of the pop world, but the content is heavy on the grace, love, and hope of Jesus Christ.
David and Nicole Binion release their Intergrity debut Dwell: A Live Worship Experience, a collection of multi-generational, diverse praise. The Binions’ signature sound recalls the spontaneity and beauty of classic worship music.
There is a serious dearth of Southern Christian rock and roll and we need it because, let’s face it, the combo of vocal twang, gritty guitar sounds, and divine harmonies is simply magical. Rhett Walker Band out of Nashville, Tennessee has been providing that magic since 2012, and it continues on their new self-titled EP.