Music Review- Taylor Swift: august

Taylor Swift dropped Folklore, a new album that has been well-received by fans and others who like music. Part of that drop was “August” a song about romance at the end of summer. Like “cardigan,” the song discusses having a romantic time only for it to come and go, a common theme in Swift’s music. I…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: cardigan

Taylor Swift dropped Folklore, a new album that has been well-received by fans and others who like music. Part of that drop was “cardigan” a song written by Swift and Aaron Dessner. The song is about being young and learning about romance. It is a subject that Swift broaches often and this one did feel…

Music Review- Zach Williams: Empty Grave

Zach Williams was inspired when he wrote the songs “Old Church Choir” and “Chainbreaker.” The former is an amazing tribute to the sound of gospel music. The latter is an incredible message about Jesus Christ and the freedom he can give you. With “Empty Grave,” from his new album Rescue Story, he gives a tribute…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: Christmas Tree Farm

“Christmas Tree Farm” is a new yuletide single from singer and songwriter Taylor Swift. She wrote the lyrics for the song and even co-produced it with Jimmy Naples. The song describes a love for the holiday season. In a signature move, it describes spending time with a loved one, drinking cider, sitting by the fire,…

Music Review- kalley: Oasis

Kalley Heiligenthal aka kalley, brings us her first single “Oasis” from her upcoming album Faultlines produced by Bethel Music. The song, according to the YouTube description, “No matter how dry or endless the wasteland around us, we have direct access to a wellspring of life living inside—Jesus Christ, the hope of glory.” This is what…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: The Archer

I will be honest, I did not like Taylor Swift’s “You Need To Calm Down.” I found it annoying, childish, and pandering to a woke crowd. That being said, I actually did enjoy The Archer, since it was done in the same style of Delicate and Read For It. “I’ve been the archer, I’ve been…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: I Wonder As I Wander

My favorite musician Lindsey Stirling’s newest album Brave Enough features the inspiring songs Lost Girls, Forgotten City. Mirage, and First Light. She makes another tremendous hit with the release of her newest music video I Wonder As I Wander. This song is featured on the deluxe edition of Lindsey’s Christmas album Warmer in the Winter, another inspiring collection of some of…

Music Review- Emily Kinney: Mermaid Song

Emily Kinney made waves when her character was abruptly, tragically, and mistakenly killed off on The Walking Dead. However, one should not feel too bad for her. It is obvious from her Mermaid Song that she can sing with a beautiful voice. I mean this honestly. With a little bit of sparkle and charm, Kinney…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Christmas C’mon feat. Becky G

Lindsey Stirling released her newest album Warmer in the Winter, available now. Stirling’s previous album Brave Enough features the inspiring songs Lost Girls and her single Mirage. Previously, I review her music video Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy a well choreographed song. Today, I’m reviewing her latest music video and song Christmas C’Mon featuring the vocal talent of Becky G. Like everything that…

Music Review- Tyler Ward: Teenage Summer

Singer-songwriter Tyler Ward has brought us some acoustic covers of songs like Can You Feel The Love Tonight and Piece By Piece, as well as original songs like The Hardest Thing, If It’s Not Me, and What It’s Like To Be Lonely. Today, I am bringing you a music review of his newest original song Teenage Summer. Ward writes of this…

Music Review- Anthem Lights and Selah: Doxology

As music week comes to a close, the spotlight falls on one of the greatest pairings of all time. Anthem Lights partners with the Christian band Selah to sing an incredible rendition of the famous hymn: The Doxology. Hymns are some of the greatest songs written about Christianity and the faith. With the combined seven…

Musical Urban Legends You Probably Believe Volume 2

Urban Legends have haunted civilization since the dawn of time. Previously, I highlighted some musical conspiracy theories that are fun to speculate about and discuss over dinner, but ultimately are untrue. Here is the second batch of five big-time musical hits that developed some interesting Musical Urban Legends You Probably Believe: Strawberry Fields Forever This…