Take 5 with Rend Collective Experiment

Rend Collective Experiment is a truly unique conglomeration of musicians—15 band members in all!  Hailing from Bangor, Ireland, the band has a new way of making music—in a community of musical friends and it works.  In fact, not only does it work, Rend Collective’s debut album, The Organic Family Hymnal is hailed by critics andContinue reading “Take 5 with Rend Collective Experiment”

Take 5 with Unhindered

Their name is Unhindered and their goal is to provide an “unhindered” worship experience for God’s people.  Being signed as the first band on Teen Mania’s newly formed record label, EE-Taow, was the icing on the cake for the guys in Unhindered, a band formed by friends Pat Barrett and Ben Smith.  As the twoContinue reading “Take 5 with Unhindered”

Take 5 with Julian Drive

Like so many others, the guys in Julian Drive never intended to be rock stars. In fact, if you asked lead singer Shane Bowers, he would shrug off that label completely. The band born as a youth worship group in rural Georgia released its debut album, My Coming Day, earlier this year. Shane was kindContinue reading “Take 5 with Julian Drive”

Music Review: Kingdom of Comfort by Delirious?

4.1.08 Release By Amy Sondova What began in 1992 as a trio of guys working together to play at a local event for youth has translated into the worldwide success of Delirious?. The U.K. worship band comprised of Martin Smith (guitars/vocals), Tim Jupp (keys), Stew Smith (drums), Stu G (guitar), and Jon Thatcher (bass) hasContinue reading “Music Review: Kingdom of Comfort by Delirious?”