This week for our Christian Music That Doesn’t Suck Monday we have “Grace Alone” by The Modern Post. The Modern Post was a band that was led by Thrice’s front man, Dustin Kensrue, that led worship for Seattle’s late Mars Hill Church. Kensrue’s raspy voice mixed with the happy melody of the song create a fun mix, that easily […]Read more "CMTDS Monday: “Grace Alone” by The Modern Post"
This week for our Christian music that doesn’t suck we have Jimmy Needham with “Clear the Stage”. Jimmy Needham is an incredibly talented singer/songwriter who has been around for awhile, exalting in the surpassing glory of Christ through soulful lyrics, spoken word, and having a bit of a jazzy swagger with his sound. Imagine a Gavin Degraw that […]Read more "CMTDS Mondays: “Clear the Stage” by Jimmy Needham"
This week we are featuring Page CXVI (Page 116), with one of my favorite hymns, “Rock of Ages”. Page CXVI is an excellent band who do nothing but re-imagine hymns with their unique sound. The band gets their name from C.S. Lewis’ The Magician’s Nephew, where on page 116 the magical world of Narnia is created through Aslan’s singing.Read more "CMTDS Monday: Page CXVI, “Rock of Ages”"
This week for our Christian Music That Doesn’t Suck Monday, we are listening to “Before the Throne” by King’s Kaleidoscope.Read more "CMTDS Monday: Before the Throne by King’s Kaleidoscope"
Let’s face it: a lot of Christian music isn’t top-notch. It isn’t even middle-notch, or upper-bottom-notch. It can kind of suck sometimes. Either the music sounds like it was produced by Mr. Rogers, or the lyrics sound like they were written by one of Oprah’s screenwriters. But alas, not all Christian music was made this […]Read more "Introducing: “Christian Music That Doesn’t Suck” Mondays!"