Do you love Kansas, Styx and R.E.O. but yearn for inspirational, soft-rocking "hair ballad" songs that speak of a love for God? Look no further than this wonderfully anachronistic Georgia-based act.
By Gillian G. Gaar on 09.23.14 in Reviews
From 1967-77, if you were a gospel group that wanted to make a record, you likely found your way to Designer Records in Memphis. Whatever your budget, label boss Style Wooten was willing to accommodate, producing and rec...
By Katy Henriksen on 07.22.14 in Features
Gospel legend Naomi Shelton talks about her new Daptone record, 'Cold World'.
By Andrew Mueller on 09.03.13 in Reviews
It's a minor tragedy of the internet age that millions will have been introduced to this astonishing album as a joke. The cover of Satan Is Real, which features Charles and Ira Louvin, clad in gleaming white suits, plead...
By John Darnielle on 06.26.13 in Collections
John Darnielle, who records as The Mountain Goats, has one of the most omnivorous musical minds we know of: His curiosity, like his knowledge, knows almost no bounds. A few years ago, Darnielle put together a list for eM...