We're here to introduce you to The Burgundy Years podcast, a show for both nostalgia-seeking fans of 1990s era Christian rock and new listeners looking to learn about an era when faith-based alternative music was a main event.
Before Pitfest 2020 in Marion, Indiana, artist and ROP contributor Matt Sassano sat down with The Midnight Wedding's Brandon and Caitlin Trlak to talk about their music, their mission– and their favorite movies.
Get to know Jenna Parr and enjoy the debut of her brand new music video for "Those Eyes!"
Stephen Christian of Anberlin and Anchor & Braille announced that he is starting a podcast with Brad Miller called "Reactant Media" on YouTube. This podcast is focused on "creating content on leadership, design, business, and innovation, all shared through our YouTube Channel and other various platforms." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t8oKVHbm0Y Their first YouTube video describes what Reactant Media [...]
RED's ascent towards the release of Declaration has been a powerful one, fueled by fans and focused on re-establishing themselves as an independent entity– while remaining one of the most consistent and respected brands in their genre. The resulting album is a powerhouse, a heavy melodic masterpiece for every fighter living with skinned knuckles and [...]
In the 11th issue of the Pure Rock Report, Mary Nikkel spoke with David Zach of Remedy Drive about the coronavirus crisis, social distancing, and how songs are serving as beacons of community and hope.
Rusty Shipp is an independent rock band from Nashville, TN. Fresh off the release of their sophomore album Liquid Exorcist, the band took some time to hang out with us and answer some questions about the new album, how the band came together, and their goals for the future. We met at a Mexican restaurant [...]
We recently caught up with Jennifer Benson to get to know more about the band, their influences, and the new single and video "Demons 777."
Disciple is one of the most enduring forces in their genre, a powerhouse driven by the dual passions of rock and roll and the message of God's restorative love. Some bands might not have much to say after over two decades and eleven albums. But if you've heard Disciple's twelfth studio album Love Letter Kill Shot, you know that they still have plenty to talk about.
Egypt Speaks is one of the most unique voices in contemporary faith-based art. She's an established instrumentalist, songwriter, and speaker-- but her voice has been heard most consistently as a powerful poet and spoken word artist. This year, Egypt released her third full recorded album, a project titled Wanderer. The 12 tracks are equal parts artistry and conversation, like finding a new friend in the verses. I had the privilege of talking to Egypt about Wanderer and her unique story as an artist.