7Core Music ‘7Core Sonics 3’ Album Review
4.0 Overall Score


7Core Music

For Fans Of:

Jars of Clay, Regina Spektor

We Like:

“Concrete Heart” & “Coming Home”

7Core Music ‘7Core Sonics 3’ Album Review

Various Artists
7Core Sonics 3
(7Core Music)

7Core is at the forefront of independent Christian music in the U.K., and their brand of alternative and ambient music is steadily making its way around the globe. Their new sampler, 7Core Sonics 3, showcases artists with a variety of styles—everything from the contemporary sonic landscapes of The Neon Ambience to the driving rock and roll worship music of Ian Yates.

Foldinglights, the brainchild of Michael Peter Ball, provides a stark, exposed beauty with the majestic “Noose.” But the star of the sampler is unquestionably Tina Boonstra, who supplies two tracks, “Concrete Heart” and “Prodigal.” Boonstra, with an emotionally fraught voice that’s reminiscent of Fiona Apple, seems destined for the big time. Overall, the 7Core Sonics 3 sampler is a solid effort with some absolutely standout tracks.

–John Barber

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John Barber

John Barber has been listening to CCM music since the mid ‘80s, and he’s passionate about the good stuff. He interviews and reviews have been published at CCMmagazine.com, PledgeMusic, The Rabbit Room, and others. He’s been a featured presenter at Hutchmoot, a Nashville-based conference, speaking about U2’s The Joshua Tree. Mostly, John can be found with earbuds in, listening to everything from Steve Taylor to Andrew Peterson.

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