A brief introduction to the awesome world of liturgical psychedelia.
I attempt to give a formal articulation of my 'churchwave' philosophy
Short update about what I've been working on.
My new music visual for the first song on my new album.
You can watch the whole video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DZko8quAvc Recently, I've been discovering all sorts of Christian psychedelic music from the 60s-70s. I'm obsessed. This music is fascinating, and a lot of it is quite good. Bands like Azitis produced amazing and trippy music, and the Electric Prunes were one of many bands to make a … Continue reading “A Lenten Journey Through Psychedelic Christian Rock”
I talk a little bit about my latest album, and my most rocking youth group memory. Trust me. Your life will be forever changed (maybe).
Late last summer, I released an album called "Analog Resurrection" that I created using thrift store vinyls, VHS tapes, and old cassettes I found in my grandparents' house. All of these vinyls and tapes had some type of religious message contained on analog technology -- hence the name "Analog Resurrection." In this post, I give commentary on each song.
It's as awesome as the title sounds.
Eastern Orthodox monks made a zine for teenagers who were into the metal/punk music scene.
Michael W. Smith is the Christian king of the Christmas season, and this is the album that gave him his crown. Christmas was Smith's first holiday-themed album, and was the soundtrack of my childhood Christmas. About 6 years ago, I would've naively told you that this album is garbage because Smith is a washed out, … Continue reading Review: Michael W. Smith’s “Christmas” (1989)