Unlike the whimsical and intriguing music they are known for, the Decemberists’ new album takes a darker, more nihilistic turn.
Brian Fallon delivers an archetypal rock album with relatable themes, interesting song structures, and an authentic, raspy rock voice.
Singer Alexis Slifer pours her heart into her music.
Sandra McCracken offers songs forged during a challenging time in her life.
Former Newsboy Phil Joel wants to liberate listeners from what hinders them.
These psalms remind us that God hears our sorrows and our questions, and Kimbrough does not shy away from hard questions.
Aha Gazelle chooses to be vulnerable throughout this album, sharing his struggles and questions around faith, racial injustice, and relationships.
This live recording celebrates and is inspired by Scripture and creation.
In the beginning God created humans in his image, male and female . . .
Ken Medema has been writing and singing music for the church since the early 1970s, so Nothing Like the Rain, an album of new Medema songs, seems almost instantly recognizable.
The Northern Ireland band Rend Collective offers an antidote to all the negative news in the world with its sixth studio album, Good News.
As the music industry amps up anticipation for the Grammy awards on Sunday night (CBS/City), you can check out some of our music reviews from the last year to see what Banner reviewers thought.
Soul of a Woman, the final album from Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, reflects on the joys, pains, challenges, and triumphs of her life before she passed away from cancer...
We asked our reviewers to offer the top five titles they enjoyed most in 2017 in a number of categories.
The latest album from Manchester Orchestra is loosely written as a concept album about a mining town.
All Things Work Together, Lecrae’s eighth studio album, presents the hip-hop artist’s reflective side as he wrestles with the heavy criticism he has received from the church and others for highlighting racial injustice.
“Love is All We Have Left,” the opening track from U2’s 14th studio album, Songs of Experience, is sonically different from almost everything the band has recorded.
If you are searching for beautifully crafted, original Christmas music, Melanie Penn’s Immanuel begs a listen.
Christian hip hop artist and rapper TobyMac brings his usual upbeat and energy-driven music to the 10-track Light of Christmas.
Perception is NF’s third studio album, and he has crafted it to relate to his previous albums Therapy Session and Mansion similar to how the third movie in a trilogy continues the story from the first two.
Presbyterian pastor Vito Aiuto and his wife, Monique, otherwise known as The Welcome Wagon, have created another album of unconventional pop songs that dive headfirst into the life of faith.
In a time when even the smallest difference seems to cause tension and divide humans,
Christian independent artist John Tibbs pays homage to his Midwestern United States roots with the extended play Heartland.
In the era of digital media, pop culture and its history is more cataloged than it has ever been.