I love music.

More specifically, I love Christian music. However, I have kind of grown out of the mainstream Christian music scene. Not completely, don't get me wrong I still name Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher, and Relient K among my favorite artists. I adore Hillsong for their awesome worhsip music that my church worship team often performs on a weekly basis.

I think my musical inclinations are just asking for more. More than what my local Christian radio station will air. Pandora has been a great source for a few years now. Recently though, I have discovered a website specifically dedicated for you to "discover the other 99% of Christian music." It's called Indieheaven, and you should definitely check it out.

Yes, it has it's fair share of, for lack of a better term, "up and coming" artists. Aka not-so-great EPs and singles, but surf through it long enough and you can discover gems like Sevenfall, Five Smooth Stones, Nathan Clark George, Broken, and (my most recent favorite) Canopy Red.

Who says Christian music has to be boring?
And what's more, who says it has to fall safely within the parameters set by people who give monetarily to Christian radio stations?

Hears to supporting the lesser-known yet still talented Christian artists of today!


  1. Hi,
    Thanks for the review. A good place to find good songs on Indieheaven is the top 20 chart.

    Check it out
    Keith Mohr

  2. I created a radio station based on JJ Heller in Pandora and that is some of the best music I've heard. It's mostly accustic, single voice music. It's awesome. I need to get with you so you can help me figure out how to "beautify" my blog. Some of the blogs I see are so cool and I don't know how to do it :)


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