The Phantom Tollbooth
Music and more from a Christian perspective
Slow down, and have your change ready
The heart of rock and roll is still beating - and Furler, Abegg, Painter and Taylor are holding paddles, just in case.
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Grappling succeeds Quickly, Quickly, Quickly as another refined work in The Tea Club’s expanding library.
Eclectic with a capital E, Telepath’s sophisticated beats take you right around the world.
This rock band’s EP is based around mental health issues in a way that makes it simple for many to identify with.
Like the sound of Santana, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Steve Miller? Read on….
So many different styles, but it hangs together on its classic British rock sound.
Is High Noon as good as Johnny Cash? Doubtful, but in terms of new music, it’s the next best thing.
Well, just when I thought there were no genre mash ups left – and Malcolm McLaren’s mix of punk and opera was a strange one – we now have folk artists covering disco songs. Does it work?
The Big Motif displays talent and heart well beyond the collective age of every band member, while mixing together everything that was great about music from decades past.
Not all the Christianny music rebels get their due. Jamie Lee Rake rights that injustice with this review.
Overall, I like this record, though it's taken me a few listens to get past the El Camino comparisons and allow this release to stand on its own merits.
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