A Spotify playlist for Bono comprised of music from artists who are Christians .
There is SO much music out there. Here is a short list of the music that I listened to the most over the course of 2014. Jazz I listened to a lot of Jazz this year, both live and and through the 'ol earbuds. These two albums were (by far) my favorite. Both releases are
Every once and awhile a YouTube video comes along that is to good not to share. This is one of those. This is for those of you who know a little about music but wish you knew more. An assessable introduction into what has been going on over the course of the last century to
Well....it's that time of year and everyone's got their lists. Actually, I sheepishly (in a guilty pleasure sort of way) look forward to all of the end of the year "Best Of" music lists. There have been some good ones making the rounds. So, instead of repeating some of the tried and true, here is
The new Son Lux (aka Ryan Lott) album is streaming over at the Son Lux BandCamp site...
I often get asked about where to find contemporary liturgical music. Here are two new releases that are historically and artistically informed, yet contemporary in their expression. My wife and I will be using a few of these tunes re-worked for our local congregation. They also stand alone as great albums to listen to outside
This review first appeared over at PopMatters.com Click here for original source. Nostalgia of the Honorable Variety Chuck Klosterman once wrote that, “With the exception of Jim Morrison, Eric Clapton is (arguably) the most overrated rock musician of all time...” This may have been true 20 years ago, but not any more. Rock stars over
Slavoj Zizek commented on the “Gangham Style” phenomenon at a recent lecture in Vermont. He makes the case that the hysteria surrounding the phenomenon is a form of spirituality that creates its own kind of sacred space, It's disgusting, so you have to watch it 40 or 50 times a day. It makes fun of
The first Son Lux album has just been made available for free download over at Noisetrade. At War with Walls and Mazes continues to be one of the discs I have consistently returned to over the course of the last few years. It has been called, “…the musical equivalent of Lectio Divina...a mix between Radiohead
It has taken me more than a few weeks to work through all fifty-eight tracks of Sufjan Steven’s Silver and Gold. My daughter Rachel is fascinated with Sufjan’s version of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” So much so, that she made me play it for her five times in a row yesterday morning. Our