The Phantom Tollbooth
Music and more from a Christian perspective
Slow down, and have your change ready
Warm, vulnerable and thoughtful, Bostic has points to make and plenty of strong tunes to make them with.
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Half of Bourgeois Tagg returns with sparkling production and masterful, classic pop-rock songwriting...
This fragile sound of nascent hope is a unique piece of ambient jazz with an exotic edge, and one I’m growing to love more every time I play it.
Drawing on his roots, this oozes the essence of the South
Salvatella offers good musicianship with an eclectic offering.
Big hearts reap big rewards.
A recent Bride offering gets facelift that showcases a band that still has some momentum left in their creative batteries.
With little notice or advertising, Retroactive Records brings another long-lost and highly sought-after classic heavy metal album out of obscurity.
You have with this EP a collection of inspiring, catchy, well-produced songs suitable for radio airplay that range in style from R&B to rock to intelligent pop.
A massive choir, great solos, and precise diction allow love to lead the way.
The Brothers are two actual brothers that seem to have a pre-occupation with making garage rock in basements.
Is the third time truly a charm? Fans of this transplanted South Africa-born worship leader certainly hope so.
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