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News and reviews from the world of music.

Copyright battle: photographer vs. monkey

Copyright battle: photographer vs. monkey

By Allie Hulcher
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Newsworthy | A case of “monkey see, monkey do,” brought British nature photographer David Slater a lot of attention in 2011. He was in Indonesia, photographing crested…

Gungor din

By Warren Cole Smith
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Music | The Christian Industrial Complex’s effect on young musicians

How a pro-life mother helped birth the band Scythian

How a pro-life mother helped birth the band Scythian

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | The summer music season has seen hundreds of thousands of people gather at festivals like Bonnaroo in Tennessee or Coachella near Los Angeles. The season…

Gungor drifts from biblical orthodoxy

By Jeff Koch
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Music | Dove-award winning artists Michael and Lisa Gungor—whose “Dry Bones” and “Beautiful Things” became worship anthems across the country—are known…

Rhythm and rhyme

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Music | How well-written songs—and columns—can get under our skin

Preson Phillips: A wild worship ride toward an even wilder God

By Jeff Koch
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Music | Preson Phillips’ new worship album In Our Winters is full of raw-boned electric guitar and instrumental jams that would fit comfortably in the rock section of…

Notable CDs

By Arsenio Orteza
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Music | New or recent releases

Shattered vision

By Arsenio Orteza
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Music | The World’s On Fire recounts a patriot losing his ideals

Dreaming his dreams

Dreaming his dreams

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Faith & Inspiration | I was sitting on our neighbors’ outdoor patio a few weeks ago watching my husband play music. There, on the chilly wet lawn at dusk, he, his friend Jesse,

Web Reads: Can Vladimir Putin survive? Will the Bee Gees be forgotten?

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Survival of the fittest? Can Vladimir Putin Survive? Stratfor CEO George Friedman asks whether Putin will remain Russia’s prime oligarch, given that the…

Weird Al’s new album is predictably good for a laugh

By Jeff Koch
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Music | Weird Al Yankovic—the famous parodist who turned Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” into “Eat It” and The Knack’s “My Sharona” into…

Starbucks and tears: How Andrew Peterson finishes a book

Starbucks and tears: How Andrew Peterson finishes a book

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Andrew Peterson was a struggling songwriter with a passion for Rich Mullins music when the Christian band Caedmon’s Call asked him to open for their shows…

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