Tenth Avenue North ‘The Things We’ve Been Afraid To Say’ Album Review

After a decade of music, Tenth Avenue North has built an impressive platform comprised of multiple chart-topping singles and Dove Award wins. The Things We’ve Been Afraid to Say makes it clear the band has a well-formed plan on how to best utilize their position with radio, the church and fans after so much success—namely with the release of an EP that will force often uncomfortable subjects to the surface.... Read more

Jed and Claire Seneca ‘Carry You Through’ Album Review

Jed and Claire Seneca came onto the scene in the mid-‘90s, earning accolades for their warm country harmonies and heartfelt, faith-filled messages. But ministry called and the couple devoted themselves to serving as church planters in multiple locales. Now they’re back in the saddle again with Carry You Through, picking right up where they left off from years before.... Read more

Matthew Parker ‘Daydreamer’ Album Review

Better known for his EDM flavorings in the past, Matthew Parker flips the tables this time out on his sophomore release, Daydreamer, putting his pop sensibilities front and center. The EDM notes are still there but serve to fill in the background on the artist’s ambitious 16-track release for Dream Records. That ambition pays off as Parker delivers a strong pop listen.... Read more

Jenny & Tyler ‘There Will Be A Song’ Album Review

Indie husband-wife folk/pop duo Jenny & Tyler offers a breath of musical fresh air with There Will Be A Song, which features 14 tracks three years in the making. The largely self-penned new album stays true to the duo’s folk roots, allowing sweet vocal harmonies and guitar to dominate this sonically pleasing musical palette.... Read more

TobyMac ‘The Elements’ Album Review

More than two decades after TobyMac and the dcTalk crew made CCM history with the landmark album Jesus Freak, the seven-time GRAMMY winner continues to forge new ground through his signature fusion of pop, hip-hop and rock—this time with The Elements.... Read more