Summary: Worship leaders David and Nicole Binion bring listeners into God’s presence with upbeat and reverent music.
A spectacular album from a band with a wonderful catalog of songs—this is music worth savoring.
This first album from Riley Clemmons gets off to a weak start but builds to an album that dives below the surface both musically and lyrically.
Lecrae and Zaytoven turn their attention to the young people of America, promoting education and empowering them to make positive choices.
Chris August’s latest offering of soulful pop explores dependence on—and relationship with—God without being preachy.
The new international “supergroup” is made up of players who have successful histories in other bands.
The debut album from worship collective Here Be Lions celebrates the holiness and power of God.
Singer-songwriter Plumb writes music that is unique in its honesty, vulnerability, and hopefulness.
Summary: Glasgow synth-rock band Chvrches offers an album that realistically addresses the present and is hopeful for a more loving and empathetic future.
Leon Bridges’ second album finds a voice all his own.
Rapper and preacher Jackie Hill Perry shares part of her spiritual journey with listeners on her latest album.
Mat Kearney is an underrated musician who crafts lyrics that stand out as unique yet are universally true.
Kacey Musgraves has crafted an album with a sense of wonder and a wide variety of influences.
Veteran Christian rocker Lincoln Brewster gives listeners another round of great guitar playing and meaningful lyrics.
Lord Huron’s new album presents a fantasy world worth experiencing.
Singer-songwriter Sam Baker ventures into the “land of doubt” in his latest album.
Young singer/songwriter Julien Baker’s songs let happiness and sadness sit closer together.
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.