Having already established himself as a gifted songwriter and worship leader, Elias Dummer, formerly of The City Harmonic, is set to release his debut solo record, The Work Vol. 1. For those who may be unfamiliar with his past work, The City Harmonic was one of the more artistically ambitious worship acts to come out at the start of the 2010s. During their run, they arguably perfected the balance between creativity and congregational accessibility with songs like "Holy (Wedding Day)," "Praise The Lord," and "Maranatha." As a solo artist, Dummer doesn't stray too far from the formula of his previous band and this makes his solo debut both a welcome inclusion to his discography and a venture that could leave some listeners potentially wanting a little more...
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As a teenager, I remember thinking that the youth group worship band was pretty good. The musicians were competent and the youth pastor had even written original songs that we sang frequently. However, as good as they were, I never thought they would ink a national record deal. That was then; today is a different story. Church worship bands that carry enough flair and style can catch the eye of a national label and share their music to a broader audience. Entering this arena is Switch, the youth group band for Life.Church based out of Edmond, OK. The energetic pop group is making their brand known with Symphony, a six song EP mixing worship with encouragement...
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Five years ago, a (seemingly) ridiculous concept came to fruition: a movie was released about the beloved toy, LEGO building blocks. Any time a non-documentary film is announced based on something as random as a specific toy or board game or even a video game, expectations are usually met with cynicism and skepticism. It's understandable, too; do we need a movie about LEGO toys? How could that possibly work? But thanks to incredible animation, a brilliant script, fast-paced humor, a hefty dose of nostalgia and lovable new characters, The LEGO Movie was not only good, it was awesome. (And yes, we DID need it!)
Its success was followed by news of a sequel and its first spin-off, The LEGO Batman Movie. The latter released three years later, in 2017, and proved to be nearly as enjoyable as its predecessor. Warner Bros. and the brains behind the films seemed to have found a winning formula. And, now, half-a-decade after the series launch, we finally have a continuation of The LEGO Movie in The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part...
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