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Kara - Cupid Song Review

So I’m no the biggest Kara fan, but they do have a lot of great songs and comebacks. Finally they made a comeback this year with cupid! 828 more words

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"Ordinary" by Post Paradise, Single Review

The new rock single, “Ordinary,” from Post Paradise is the first from their upcoming EP. The song seems to draw influences from the likes of RED and Evanescence, and only further establishes Post Paradise as a band to recognize. 272 more words


"Afternoon" by The Foresters, Song Review

“Afternoon” by the Foresters is the first single off of Sun Songs, dropping this summer. The track has a definite folksy sound to it, and is driven by a single melody that can be heard in all of the different elements of the song, from the percussion to the synthesizer. 220 more words


"Verge" By Owl City: Single Review

Last week Owl City released a new song featuring Aloe Blacc. Initially I was underwhelmed because I had other things occupying my mind so I haven’t done a full listen through, but perhaps now that I’m a little calmer I can do a proper review and perhaps the song won’t be as overwhelming. 199 more words


Is it I, Lord?

Last Friday I made my confirmation, which is a very important and significant celebration we have in the Catholic church. So while we were in mass listening to our bishop give his homily, he began reciting the words to the song “Here I Am Lord”, written by James Kilbane and sung by many artists. 370 more words

Playing for a change.

Today I want to share some songs with you. Songs from “Playing for a change”. Its a really inspiring project created by Mark Johnson and the Timeless Media Group that he owns. 111 more words

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In a postmodern “worship” landscape that misunderstands terms like “passion” and “burn” and “yearn”, this is a powerful and moving song by musical theologians Shane and Shane.