The Phantom Tollbooth

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Since 1996

thriceThrice is a band where all the parts contribute, but clearly Dustin Kensrue is at the helm.

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Things are not okay, and they won’t be until Christ returns.

Tidewater reviewed in The Phantom TollboothWith a sound like Five For Fighting or Cold Play, a voice like Leland and pop sensibility of Reliant K, this album should be a hit. But I can’t help but ask if something is missing.

Tim Timmons cast my cares. CCM? Check. The music may have as much variety as his name, but this does have some better lyrical content than the average.

tobymacThose already sold on the erstwhile M.C. Swirl should relish this, and more persnickety listeners could find enough to include Diverse City in their festivities, too.

tmacYeah, it's a bit late, but as TobyMac approaches the release of his fifth album of original material, how about a review of his third (!) collection of retweakings of some of his previously-released material?

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A fascinating mix of sounds adorns an unassuming style

Todd0 1234567These independent anthemettes show the corporates just how fresh praise-based music really can be. Can someone give this man a production job in Nashville?

toddzero. . . .pop rock has met electronica and blues and came out so fun you can’t help but clap along. Todd Zero is very unique in sound.

maxeltoft90pxIn a glossy, over-produced world, its artists like Maxel Toft who help keep the balance.

   As formidable a musical unit as anyone could imagine, even if you were building a supergroup from the ground up...

Tony Fire 90 jpgThis rock-minded acoustic self-release has several surprises.  I wish there were more like him – inventive types, who wait until they have quality material and then give it their best shot.

Too Slim and the Taildraggers Shiver as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothVisceral blues with passion, outstanding playing and intelligent songs.

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