Dan Goodwin aka Nightshow Dan: Sugar addict, loves math, apple geek, music freak.
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It's been over three years since new stuff from Shawn McDonald, but on April 15 we'll get Brave, and in the meantime you can check out this free download sampler from Noisetrade, with the new single "We Are Brave" and four other fan-favourite tracks.
Both United and Jars of Clay have released remix albums today! There's The White Album from United, with remixes from Tim from Kye Kye, Solomon Olds (formerly from Family Force 5), and the guys in Young & Free. And Jars of Clay have released Inlandia (the remix version of their latest full-length Inland) with remixes from JT Daly from Paper Route and even Charlie (from Jars of Clay) remixed his own bands stuff.
I've listened to both of these and they are stellar! Get one or both from itunes today.
Plus Clint has a house intruder, unsuspecting winners, Bjorn's doppleganger, and more Boom Sauce is up for grabs!
This is one for today's lunch break. Lecrae has been featured in a great write-up in Huffington Post. Plaster this one all over facebook - it's THAT good.
John Mark McMillan really liked being here in New Zealand. You can see some beautiful shots of his trips around our backyard in the new lyric video for "Heart Runs".
Plus the latest Blint Enterprises meeting sees the company go digital, John Key doesn’t get interviewed, and Hillsong Young and Free perform live in the studio.
The Ember Days have released the first look at their new live worship project, due out April 29. Hit the jump to see the video, and share this one with just about everyone you know.
Streaming now at NewReleaseTuesday.com is Rapture Ruckus' new EP Invader Vol. 1. The album in a week or so, and features "In Crowd" ft. Soul Glow Activatur and the new single "In This Together" ft. Shuree.
Have a listen and let us know what you think!!
Mike Mains & The Branches have released theie PledgeMusic funded album Calm Down, Everything Is Fine to online music retailers. It's also streaming for free on Relevant Magazine's The Drop this week.