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Plumb
Beautifully Broken
Release Date: June 22, 2018
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Over the course of her twenty-plus years in the Christian music industry, Plumb, aka Tiffany Lee, has run the gamut of styles with rock/pop string-soaked songs, children's lullabies, and modern pop, just to name a few. Her lyrics have always leant themselves to encouragement, and are one of the reasons for her staying power in the industry. These are messages that she has lived herself, along with her battle worn experiences, and they've served her listeners well. With new full-length album, Beautifully Broken, we see veteran musician Plumb rounding out her 2017 independently released EP, God Help Me, with six brand new songs. God Help Me was enough to leave this reviewer wanting more, and eagerly anticipating this 2018 release. However, one wonders what shape these new songs will take...

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SOLAR.
Release Date: June 15, 2018
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Dylan Alexander Phillips, Murfreesboro's finest, a former road manager of Derek Minor's Reflection Music Group, and the rapper also known as nobigdyl., is back with SOLAR. which has been described as a sequel to 2017's Canopy. Recently signed to Capitol CMG, dyl dropped a teaser to showcase what SOLAR. is all about, and one can clearly get the powerful and moving message that this album is aiming to bring. Spoiler alert: the trailer hit the nail on the head as this is one of the best rap albums you will hear this year.

SOLAR. kicks off with "Anime," where dyl spits fire over solid production in a good kickoff track before "Block Me Back" comes on and gets a little personal as it hits on infidelity in relationships. Specifically, the texting side of infidelity and the trust issues that can result. It lays the foundation of his willingness to make his heart an open book throughout the album. "Bad...

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Kevin Max
AWOL
Release Date: June 8, 2018
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Kevin Max's PledgeMusic campaign album, AWOL, is now out for the general music listening world, and with it we get a melting pot of his influences without ever sounding exactly like a cheap imitation of any one of them. Max has long shared his love of artists like The Smiths, Morrissey, David Bowie, and Duran Duran, and he allows each of his musical heroes to inform the sound of AWOL, producing a heavily drenched 80ís New Wave vibe.

New Wave is typically not a sound this reviewer gravitates toward, but each revisit of the album drew me further into the story that Kevin was seeking to tell. Max is in fine vocal form as always, his lyrics maintain their poetic essence, and the music is solid...

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Jonathan Cain
The Songs You Leave Behind
Release Date: June 8, 2018
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Despite a musical career that now spans parts of five decades, a slot behind the ivories in one of the most popular bands of all time, and co-writing credit on the top-selling download track of the last century, Chicago native, and current Journey keyboardist, Jonathan Cain has still managed to celebrate a few firsts over the course of the last three years - at least as far as his solo discography is concerned. 2016's What God Wants to Hear, his tenth solo outing, found Cain crafting his first specifically Christian-themed album. Its 2017 follow-on, Unsung Noel, was his debut Christmas offering. And his latest undertaking, Don't Stop Believin', represents the intrepid multi-instrumentalist's first foray into the world of print.

A companion of sorts to the abovementioned, and aptly-titled, memoir, The Songs You Leave Behind clocks in at a generous 70-plus minutes. Featuring seven new and unreleased tunes, the album ties in...

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This Friday, June 22
Fades Away Resurrection Part I EP [Voluminous]
Here Be Lions Only a Holy God [Live] [Integrity]
Impending Doom The Sin and Doom Vol. II [eOne]
Javen Grace [Tyscot]
Lecrae Let the Trap Say Amen [Reach]
Plumb Beautifully Broken [Centricity]
Plumb Fight For Her Book [Shoe Publishing]
Matthew West All In (Re-Release) [Sparrow Records]

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Hillsong Young & Free III [Capitol CMG]
John Mark McMillan The Mercury Sessions [Lionhawk]


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