On our latest Top Tens post, we delved into 10 Christmas albums we never reviewed in 2017 (due to life setting in the way), including Christmas albums from Tenth Avenue North, Love & The Outcome and Meredith Andrews. This time, we will be listing 10 albums we didn’t review last year, which we really wanted to! A few albums may not make this list though, but that’s only because we intend to review them this upcoming January and February 2018. So…check out these 10 albums- which did you wish we reviewed?
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Another year, and you know what that means- another batch of songs that are going to be going to radio, songs that are going to be heard by millions of listeners on the radio, that impact into people’s homes throughout the course of the next 12 months. Now to predict which songs to release to radio, and songs that could be poised to have an impact in people’s lives can be a difficult, yet I’m willing to give it a good stab. Mind you, these songs that I list are in no way an indication of what could be on WOW Hits 2018. We all know that WOW Hits has their own formula and they’re not always right. And so, there are 12 months ahead of us, which songs do I reckon will be sung on a regular basis in homes around the world during that time? Read on to find out.
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Jesus Culture Music/Capitol Christian Music Group
Release Date: November 4th 2016
Reviewed by: Jonathan Andre
Jesus Culture– Jesus Culture Em Portugues (iTunes/Amazon mp3)
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It’s been about a month since my favourite 20 EPs of the year were posted on the site. Now towards the end of October, I figure it’s time to make my choices. Below are my favourite 30 songs of 2016. Obviously there are a whole lot more songs that sadly couldn’t be represented within my top 30, considering the amount of music that is released each week throughout the year. Yet hard choices were made. Feel free to comment below about what your favourite music of the year is. Below will be the song, as well as a lyric/audio slide/music video of it, so that you can listen along as well.
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2016 has been quite a year for worship music. Songs and albums from artists like Chris Tomlin, Jesus Culture, Meredith Andrews, Matt Redman, Matt Maher, Passion and Bethel have all charted in the last six months, and have all circled around the globe with their songs being sung in churches and Sunday Morning services for some time now. In honour of Austin and Lindsey Adamec’s powerful worship EP that released on March 25th, here are 10 songs I reckon that will be popular for the remainder of the year, either on radio or in people’s churches and homes.
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Below is a list of the albums that are releasing this past fortnight; which albums are you thinking of listening to and purchasing? Which albums are you going to recommend to others and which would you bypass? Let us know in the comments below.
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It’s time for another Sunday News Roundup, here’s the next instalment from the 9th til the 22nd February 2015. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news, spanning over the past 2 weeks!
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Jesus Culture Music
Release Date: March 11th 2014
Reviewed by Joshua Andre
Jesus Culture– Reconstructed Vol. 1 (Amazon mp3/iTunes)
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I love worship music. If I analyse myself carefully, I can say that the one ‘style’- if you will- of music that I am always consistently pleased about and enjoy on a regular basis is music that is of a worshipful atmosphere. That’s not to say that CCM, pop and rock music aren’t great, but if I were to pick one music style to listen to from here on, I’d pick worship. With so many artists providing us with great songs for the church and songs for personal reflection and praise, from Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Crowder, All Sons and Daughters, and Gungor, to John Mark McMillan, Phil Wickham, Jesus Culture, Tim Hughes and Hillsong; worship, the genre of worship, and the whole atmosphere of worship music and the marketability of it towards younger generations, is always changing, forever reminding us of the wide variety of views and attitudes to worship music, and what it considered to be good, bad, unique or even terrible worship music to begin with.
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