The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

surrounded by seaBeautifully lyrical, this saxophonist's release inserts ambient mood pieces between delicate melodies – or is it the other way around?

American RhapsodyWhen you’re as good at what you do as these folks are, the level of artistry is almost academic…

AMB pilgrimsThe Annie Moses Band dons musical back-packs and goes down a different road on Pilgrims and Prodigals...

Anthem Lights as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothCatchy, edgy, hook laden enough to please pop fans, but with just enough drive to feel like a "rock" album too, the record is precision-tooled to provide radio success.

Aradhna, Namaste Sate as reviewed by The Phantom TollboothAradhna features more Western sounds in their global worship extravaganza.


Aradhna Sapna reviewed in Phantom TollboothA complete re-invention of their latest collection, turning their world beats into more meditative pieces.

Aradhna Sau Guna as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothAradhna feature more Western sounds in their global worship extravaganza.

ReflektorTaking on a British ‘90s vibe, this incarnation of the band has more colour than ever – but don’t expect as much social comment in the lyrics.

Delighting in surprising turns reminiscent of her friend Rich Mullins.

The album continues to get more and more interesting as it progresses and ends up being a solid soul/funk/jazz/gospel experiment…

pick-of-the-monthArgent In Deep. Though humble and lacking pretension, it remains one of the great un-sung albums of its decade. It is certainly Argent’s best-ever studio album.

Ashley Cleveland Colors and SoundsIf ‘commercial,’ ‘mainstream,’ and ‘pop’ are words that scare you, be very afraid; if not – enjoy Article One!

Jasen Ashdown Be Still My Soul reviewed in Phantom TollboothHonest cries from an honest heart. Acoustic based devotional music inspired by the Psalms.

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