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New Christmas Playlist: Incarnation and Good Cheer

The Christmas season is upon us! I can finally be open and shameless in my humming and singing of all the carols and songs of good cheer.

In case you hadn’t noticed, Ethan and I both love music—and Christmas music is no exception. We expect that a lot of you like Christmas music as well. So we’ve put together a playlist of some of our favorite Christmas songs performed (and sometimes written) by some of our favorite artists. Read more >>

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Hopeful Sojourning: A Reflection on the Music of Josh Garrels

Guest post by Stephen Williams

I was sitting in an empty office building sometime early in 2012 when I first listened to the music of Josh Garrels. It was hour five of my twelve-hour nightshift, and I was struggling to stay awake and bored out of my mind when I decided to check out this artist who had been appearing every now and again in my social media newsfeeds. I was not sleepy or bored for long. Read more >>

A Wild Ride: Interview with Friendly Savages

With sounds ranging from jazzy piano solos to classic folk string energy, folk rock band Friendly Savages creates music that is inviting, yet tinged with an intriguing peculiarity. Read more >>

Adventures and Trees: An Interview with Lunatic Wolf

Lunatic Wolf is a folk rock band from Johannesburg, South Africa. After performing and writing for a few years, the six-piece group released their debut album To the Adventure in 2014—and critics are loving it.

To the Adventure takes the best parts of rock and folk and mixes them together in a satisfying blend. The band’s sound has been described as “easy to listen to, yet energetic enough to keep you wanting more.” Read more >>

4 Artists Creating Truly Beautiful Music

Guest post by Stephen Pierce

When I listen to music, I am looking for true beauty—a simple phrase, but one packed with meaning. Perhaps this is because of my love of creation and the unending, enveloping beauty that it shows every day in splendid fashion. Read more >>

To Love More: An Interview with Jared & The Mill’s Jared Kolesar

Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Jared & The Mill offer catchy yet profound songs with melodies and instrumentation somewhere in the mix between desert folk and bluegrass twang. The group formed in 2011 and has been touring and writing together ever since. They tell stories of the love, triumph, and heartbreak they’ve encountered in life on the road.

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A Plea for Peace: Interview with The Sun Kite

Recording and performing under the moniker The Sun Kite, Lynchburg musician Michael Frommack has released his first full-length record, entitled No Fire.

Full of soft vocal harmonies and tender strumming, No Fire is one of the most peaceful and satisfying records you’ll find. Read more >>

Reaching the Heart: Interview with Dave Radford of The Gray Havens

Dave and Licia Radford, members of the indie duo The Gray Havens, seek to “awaken joy and wonder” with every song they write—and I daresay they succeed. Read more >>

Album Review: Julien Baker, “Sprained Ankle”

Creating a synthesis between things as distant as darkness and light is a tall order. Yet somehow, Julien Baker manages to pull it off.

In her debut album, “Sprained Ankle,” Julien is honest and poetic. Read more >>

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