A quartet of country music solo stars perform an empowering, vulnerable album.
Drawing comparisons to Amy Winehouse, rising Canadian indie star Begonia shimmers on her debut album.
On their third album, the Lumineers tell stories about three generations of alcoholism.
The Christian rock/pop outfit releases a confident ninth studio release.
Tenth Avenue North encourages listeners to offload their shame and regrets.
In her latest album, Sheryl Crow stitches together a patchwork of musical influences.
Taylor Swift’s seventh album shifts gears from hate to love.
Netherlands-based, worldbeat band Trinity stubbornly holds onto their God-story.
The Chicago rapper’s second album is long and happy but fails to connect.
At 69, Bruce Springsteen still has much to say.
Scottish reggae album invites listeners outside the American music bubble.
Bouncy, soulful pop energizes rock-solid theology for challenging times.
The newly re-formed Newsboys deliver a powerhouse pop album.
Katy Perry’s former backup singer and American Idol alum releases engaging Christian debut.
Indigenous Hip-hop Duo Push Back on Harmful Stereotypes
Anima is a bizarre and beautiful new offering from Radiohead’s lead singer.
Founder of the Carolina Chocolate Drops wrestles with pain, loss and hope in her third solo album.
In the Canadian band’s last album, they say goodbye and explore endings of all kinds.
The Afters brew up a vulnerable, hopeful sixth album.
A stirring rock opera explores the lives of those from whom Jesus cast out demons.
A debut album from a top country songwriter showcases themes of identity in Christ.
The Irish folk group teams up with singers such as Vince Gill to fete traditional Irish songs
With a gentle 1970s vibe, this British prog rock outfit takes a musical world tour.
Drawing from a childhood lung sickness, the UK’s Martin Smith sings about the breath of God.