The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

Hymn-meister Townend blends the everyday with eternity in his latest batch of organic, Celtic-flavoured songs.

Spaces in Between by TracerLooking for some new hard rock to heat up a dull winter day? Austrailia's Tracer might be just the fix you need.

Transatlantic kaleidoscopeKaleidoscopes tend to mesmerize the eyes. Transatlantic's new project just might do the same to you, but through your ears....

Transatlantic kaliveoscopeThe real treat here is the visceral element of live ensemble playing by these masters of prog ...technical chops combined with a good dose of passion and more than a little fun.

TransEnoughA real post-Thanksgiving treat from Transatlantic: more than 3 hours of live progressive rock performed by masters of the genre.....

  The ideas and creativity seem to flow so freely that a single album concept wasn’t big enough. 

The title hints at the ambition of this huge prog project. Why release just one album, when you can release two (or three) versions at once? But which one to buy?

Tree 63, Land as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth

Land is a mix of the big, arena sound of their past and softer, mellower works.

tye greaterThanThe unpredictable Tye Tribbet gets a little churchy on Greater Than.....

Tricia-radiate 90Radiate fills a void of encouragement, especially for girls and young women, to rise above cultural norms.

Surprised by a multi-cultural sound!

Trio Mediaeval AquilonisFocusing on their pure voices, this trio fuses pieces from the twelfth to the twentieth centuries into a beautiful, resonant tapestry of calm.

Walter Trout as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothWalter Trout has a way of wrenching emotion out of his guitar and his voice. There's a little grit in both, a little sadness, and more than a little stubborn, edgy energy.

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