Free Download:The One21 Top Recordings Of 2010 Compilation

I know I have already posted this last Friday, but I spent some good man hours putting this together, and I wanted to make sure everybody had a chance to download this. DO IT! There is no dead weight on this download. ENJOY!

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Download The ONE21 Top Recordings Compilation

1. Red, Red by Doug Burr (from O Ye Devastator)
2. Lord Willing by Deepspace5 (from The Future Aint What It Used To Be)
3. The Audience by The Chariot (from Long Live)
4. How Great Thou Art by Ascend The Hill (from Hymns: Take The World But Give Me Jesus)
5. I Don’t Want To Live Forever (acoustic) by Listener (from Wooden Heart)
6. God Is Love by The Innocence Mission (from My Room In The Trees)
7. Carolina by Bradley Hathaway (from A Thousand Angry Panthers)
8. All Delighted People (original version) by Sufjan Stevens (from the All Delighted People EP)
9. Chalk Outline by Heath McNease (from The Gun Show)
10. You Amaze Me by Josh White (from Achor)
11. Song For The Broken by Close Your Eyes (from We Will Overcome)
12. If You Can’t Tell By Gileah Taylor (from the What Kind Of Fool EP)
13. All Of Us by Gileah Taylor (from A Crooked Line EP)
14. Pilgrim by Preson Phillips (from Weep…He Loves The Mourners Tears)
15. The Threshingfloor by Wovenhand (from The Threshingfloor)
16. Faith’s Review & Expectation by Sandra McCracken (from In Feast Or Fallow)
17. Seraphim by For Today (from Breaker)
18. Lower Still by My Epic (from YET)

Doug Burr appears courtesy of Spune Music
The Chariot appears courtesy of Good Fight Records
Preson Phillips and Ascend The Hill appear courtesy of Come&Live!
The Innocence Mission appears courtesy of Badman Records
Sufjan Stevens appears courtesy of Asthmatic Kitty
Josh White appears courtsey of BEC Recordings
Close Your Eyes appears courtesy of Victory Records
Gileah Taylor appears courtesy of Love Library
Wovenhand appears courtesy of Sounds Familyre
For Today and My Epic appear courtesy of Facedown Records

New Releases For October 12th, 2010

New Releases For October 12th, 2010

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Write About Love
Belle And Sebastian

Matador Records
Indie Rock
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Brooke Fraser-Flags
Flags
Brooke Fraser

Wood and Bone
Pop
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Clumsy Architects EP
Harp & Lyre

Independent
Screamo
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iTunes

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Growing In The Cold
Jess Penner

Position Music
Pop
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Christmas! A NEWSBOYS Holiday
newsboys

Inpop Records
Christmas Music
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Dragon Slayer
Pigeon John

Quannum Projects
Underground Hip-Hop
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Line ‘Em Up EP
States

Independent
Indie Rock
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Empires
Where The Ocean Meets The Sky

C.I. Records
Metal
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Sufjan Stevens Posts New Song For Download

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Last week Sufjan Stevens dropped a new EP on us (All The Delighted People), and not even 48 hours later announced that a full length was not far behind. Stereogum posted the first track called “I Walked” from the upcoming LP, entitled The Age Of Adz, for free download this week. It has a lot more of a electronic feel to it, but that’s Sufjan doin’ his thing.

Download new Sufjan Stevens song, “I Walked”, from Stereogum

New Releases For August 24th, 2010

Britt Nicole-Acoustic EP
Acoustic EP
Britt Nicole

Sparrow Records
Contemporary Pop
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Chris August-No Far Away
No Far Away
Chris August

Fervent Records
Pop Rock
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the devile wears prada zombie ep
Zombie EP
The Devil Wears Prada

Ferret Records
Metalcore
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The Hoppers-Something’s Happening
Something’s Happening
The Hoppers

Spring Hill Music
Contemporary
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Jeremy Camp-We Cry Out-The Worship Project
We Cry Out-The Worship Project
Jeremy Camp

BEC Recordings
Worship
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Kelly Minter-Finer Day
Finer Day
Kelly Minter

Kingsway Music
Contemporary
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Kerrie Roberts
Kerrie Roberts

Reunion Records
Pop
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Natalie Grant-Love Revolution
Love Revolution
Natalie Grant

Curb Records
Pop
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Randy Travis-I’ll Fly Away
I’ll Fly Away
Randy Travis

Green Hill Records
Country/Gospel
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Blood In The Gears
The Showdown

Solid State Records
Metal
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Amazon MP3(Deluxe Edition) [+digital booklet]

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All Delighted People EP
Sufjan Stevens

Asthmatic Kitty
Indie
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Mosaic
Ricky Skaggs
Skaggs Family
Country
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Christian Music Artist Tops Paste’s Best of Decade List

Paste magazine just released their list of 50 greatest albums of the decade on their website. Five recordings made by Christian music artists made the list.

We were excited that iconic indie artist Sufjan Stevens was number one on the list with Come On Feel the Illinoise (notice Paste did not get the name correct)  and alternative rock’s darling Pedro The Lion made the list with Control.  The rock cred of Jack White garnered the attention of Paste writers so that country legend Loretta Lynn made the list with Van Lear Rose.  The best movie soundtrack of the decade ‘O Brother Where Are Thou? made the list but why do we include it here?  Well, the soundtrack was the brainchild of Christian music artist and famed producer T Bone Burnett.

Finally, we were shocked and thrilled that one of our favorite cds of the decade, Over The Rhine‘s Ohio made the list. We did not think anyone had noticed the greatness of this folk, rock, jazz, pop masterpiece.

Of course we think the list excluded these masterpieces:

But worry not we are working on our list of essential recordings by Christian Music Artists.

In the meantime, here is what Paste had to say about these great records.

1. Sufjan Stevens: Illinois [Asthmatic Kitty] (2005) Amazon

Sufjan Stevens IllinoiseIn 2005, when Sufjan Stevens released Illinois, the second album in his planned 50-state project, American pride was at a record low—especially among young people. The death toll in Iraq was steadily climbing, and Abu Ghraib was fresh on our minds. Meanwhile, Stevens was beginning to seem brilliant enough to fulfill his ambitious plan. His music pushed boundaries between pop and classical, and the emotional weight of his lyrics grounded his feather-light voice. There was a distinct peculiarity about Illinois and Stevens himself, who gave his songs titles like “To the Workers of the Rock River Valley Region, I Have an Idea Concerning Your Predicament.” Critics embraced the mystery and declared the album a masterpiece. Stevens and his band, The Illinoisemakers, wore cheerleading costumes onstage to promote the record, and once its success took them to larger venues, Stevens switched to giant, colorful bird wings. His band was a spectacle, their performances magical. Thousands of fans gathered in theaters across the country to behold this winged creature and rally behind his songs about America’s heartland. It was a new, weird kind of patriotism.

26. Over the Rhine: Ohio (2004) Amazon

Over The Rhine OhioIn the liner notes accompanying Over the Rhine’s gloriously self-indulgent double-disc, Ohio, co-founder Linford Detweiler, writes, “We grew up in small coal mining towns in the Ohio Valley, listening to music that could have only been unearthed in America: Southern Gospel, Country Western and Rock ’n’ Roll. This music fertilized the soil of our early lives. We sit down at the upright piano these days with dirt under our fingernails.” And I suppose that’s what I love about this album. The songs feel gritty and real, unpolished and perfect. Just like people. All the artifice (both musical and emotional) has been carefully dismantled, traditional instruments—upright piano, pedal steel, acoustic guitars—have been dusted off, arrangements have been simplified, windows into souls have been propped open a bit wider. In stark contrast, Karin Bergquist’s voice has never felt as undressed and painfully honest as it does in these songs, as if she’s opened her gut and tugged the melodies out like a breach baby. This process is partly masochistic, partly exhibitionist, entirely self-consuming: but such is true art. Ohio, is more than simply a dense, rich, vulnerable collection of songs; it’s a dirt road companion on that difficult journey inward, upward. Homeward. Jason Killingsworth

34. Various artists: O Brother Where Art Thou? [Mercury] (2001) Amazon

T Bone Burnett O'Brother Where Art ThouThis old-timey country album and most unlikely hit may have signaled the last gasp of alternative country. On the bright side, it suggested that those alt-country values (rough-hewn vocals, acoustic instrumentation, a palpable connection to American roots music) had busted out of the sub-genre ghetto and crossed over into the mainstream. After all, the album did win the Grammy for Album of the Year. Some of our favorite female vocalists—one-named artists like Emmylou and Gillian—got much-deserved exposure thanks to this collection, which scored a freewheeling Coen Bros movie and did nothing but good for all concerned. Nick Marino

36. Pedro The Lion: Control [Jade Tree] (2002) Control

Pedro The Lion Control

David Bazan’s Seattle indie rock is well played, and his voice is perfectly restrained, but his most unique gift lies in storytelling—vivid images and a thoughtful perspective create a deep, dark feeling of sadness. In-depth descriptions of extramarital affairs appear throughout Control, a characteristically bold move for the former Christian singer/songwriter. The music is heavier, too—this time around, electric guitars dare to match the lyrical intensity. Kate Kiefer

48. Loretta Lynn: Van Lear Rose [Interscope] (2004) Amazon
Loretta Lynn Van Lear RoseIn 2004, 69-year-old Loretta Lynn released her thirty-seventh solo studio album. It could have been a sad affair, the desperate yawp of a legendary Nashville madam teetering into an aged cliché of herself, but with the help of rock ‘n’ roll upstart Jack White, Lynn made the greatest record of her career. Like a bunch of rowdy grandkids, White and a crew of friends (most of whom would converge a year later as The Raconteurs) lent a sly, gritty feel to Lynn’s 13 mostly-autobiographical tracks—Van Lear Rose was her 70th release overall, but it was only the second time she’d written or co-written all of her songs. Her seasoned, tremulous voice paired perfectly with White’s electric guitar warble, pulling off mournful country crooners and all-out rock numbers with equal grit and spunk. She hasn’t released anything since, but it almost doesn’t matter. Rachael Maddux

Christian Music News November 10th,2009

Headlines

Sufjan Stevens has recently stated that his endeavor to make an album about every state in the USA (all 50 of them) was a joke, and that instead he has been focusing on other projects (like The BQE). In related news, Sufjan‘s Illinoise album was named the top record of the decade by Paste Magazine. Pedro The Lion‘s Control made # 36, and Over The Rhine‘s Ohio came in at #26.

The Michael Gungor Band has changed their name to simply Gungor in the hopes of taking a new direction with the band’s music and overall persona.

Mae had their van and trailer stolen from them in Philadelphia. See The Light had their van broken into. Anberlin‘s trailure was robbed while they were sitting on their bus! If you are reading this right now, and you think that it would be cool to rip off a traveling band, remind yourself that these guys live on the road. They give up family, friends, comfort, and finance to travel across the globe an entertain people. Stealing from them is almost like stealing from a homeless person….

Blood & Ink Records have signed Divide The Sea to their roster. Their new album, Man, will be hitting stores in early 2010.

Videos

Below is the new video from Harp & Lyre for their song “Insight To Failure”

This is the video for “Live Like We’re Dying” by American Idol winner Kris Allen

The nest one is from Manchester Orchestra with their song “Shake It Out”

We get some hip-hop in here with the first video from Gallery Drive, and their song “Psycho”

This is the video for “Family Business” by the newly reformed Oceana (although I think this video was shot with the older line-up)

Album Info (more in the Release Dates page)

Below is the album artwork and tracklisting for NEWWORLDSON‘s upcoming February 9th, 2010 self-titled release.
newworldson
1. You Set The Rhythm
2. Listen To The Lord
3. Commander
4. Total Eclipse
5. In Your Arms
6. There Is A Way
7. O Lament
8. Rocky Road
9. Weary
10. That’s Exactly (How I Like It)
11. Do You Believe In Love?
12. Bun Dem (medely)

Here is the artwork and tracklisting from Fair‘s upcoming Disappearing World album which will also hit stores February 9th, 2010.
fair disappearing world
1. Disappearing World
2. Wayside
3. Walking In My Sleep
4. One Last Time
5. Take Some Risks
6. The Escape Artist
7. It’s Doubtful
8. The Worst Of Your Wear (feat. Aaron Marsh of Copeland)
9. Great Divide
10. Anymore

New Releases For October 20th,2009

Aaron Sledge
Aaron Sledge EP
Aaron Sledge

EMI Gospel
R&B/Gospel
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Introducing Ben Cantelon EP
Ben Cantelon
Survivor Records
Contemporary
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iTunes

Denver & The Mile High Orchestra-Timeless Christmas
Timeless Christmas
Denver & The Mile High Orchestra

Reel Loud Records
Contemporary/Christmas
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A Dialogue
Gwen Stacy

Solid State Records
Metalcore
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The Road: Acoustic
Jadon Lavik

BEC Recordings
Pop Rock
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iTunes

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It Is Well
Kutless

BEC Recordings
Worship
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Heaven & Earth
Phil Wickham
Sony Records
Contemporary
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The BQE
Sufjan Stevens
Asthmatic Kitty
Indie
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iTunes

Unhindered- Be
Be
Unhindered

EE Taow Records
Pop Rock
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iTunes

The Whispers-Thankful
Thankful
The Whispers

Kingdom Records
R&B/Gospel
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New Releases For Oct.6th, 2009

the almost Monster ep
Monster EP (Hot Topic Exclusive)
The Almost

Tooth & Nail Records
Emo/Rock

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Still
BeBe & CeCe Winans

Malaco Records
R&B
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Go Easy Little Doves (digital release)
Brooke Waggoner

Swoon Music
Pop/Indie
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Kingdom Business Pt.2
Canton Jones

Cajo Records
Hip-Hop
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Glory In The Highest: Christmas Songs Of Worship
Chris Tomlin

SixSteps Records
Contemporary/Christmas Music
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How Many Kings:Songs For Christmas
Downhere
Word Entertainment
Rock/Christmas Music
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Amazon

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Every Light That Shines At Christmas
Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
Gaither Music Group
Contemporary/Christmas Music
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Family Force 5′s Christmas Pageant
Family Force 5
Tooth & Nail Records
Dance Pop/Christmas Music
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Unbroken And Unplugged
Fireflight

Flicker Records
Rock/Acoustic
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The Fold Dear Future Come and get me
Dear Future, Come Get Me
The Fold

Independent
Pop Rock
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Hope Rising
Fee
INO Records
Praise & Worship
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Bury Me Alive
Inhale/Exhale
Solid State Records
Metalcore
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Alive In South Africa
Israel and The New Breed
Integrity Records
Gospel/R&B
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The Hymns & Carols Of Christmas
Jim Brickman
Green Hill Records
Christmas Music
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Werewolves
Levi The Poet

Independent
Spoken Word/Poetry

Lights The Listening
The Listening
Lights

Doghouse Records
Dance Pop
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Mark Harris-Christmas Is
Christmas Is
Mark Harris

INO Records
Contemporary/Christmas Music
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Amazon

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Christmas Is…
Mark Marsi
Springhill Records
Christmas Music

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Emmanuel
Norman Hutchins
JDI Records
R&B/Christmas Music
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Amazon

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Wake Up
Paige Armstrong

BEMA Media
Pop/Rock
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Hang On: The Remixes (digital release)
Plumb

Curb Records
Pop/Rock/Remixes
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Amazon

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Forget And Not Slow Down
Relient K
Mono VS Stereo/Jive Records
Pop/Rock/Progressive
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Satellites & Sirens-Breaking the Noise EP
Breaking the Noise EP
Satellites & Sirens

Word Records
Rock
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Run Rabbit Run
Sufjan Stevens
Asthmatic Kitty
Indie/Progressive/Electronica
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Wake Me (digital release)
Tal & Acacia

Essential Records
Pop

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Need
Todd Agnew
Ardent/INO Records
Contemporary
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Vanessa Bell Armstrong-The Experience
The Experience
Vanessa Bell Armstrong

EMI Gospel
Gospel
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Christian Music News Sept.15th, 2009

Headlines:

Sixpence None The Richer have signed with Credential Records, and are saying they will release their debut album through the label in early 2010.

Derek Webb landed on the Billboard Top 200 at #66 with his latest release Stockholm Syndrome. Congrats Mr. Webb…

Vicky Beeching has signed with Integrity Music, and will be releasing a new EP through the label in October of 2009, along with a new full length in early 2010.

Pioneering Christ-centered ska band The Insyderz have announced that they are reforming and gearing up to play once again….

Pop rock band Thalon has broken up. All the members have moved on to careers and other pursuits.

Our Proclamation has also decided to call it quits. Bummer, they were one of our Voices of The Underground last season.

All the guys over at Sounds Familyre (The record label for Danielson, Wovenhand, and many other amazing artists) has launched a new label called Great Comfort Records

The Atlantic (ezine) has posted a pretty epic article about mewithoutYou. Read mewithoutYou article.

Videos:

Both Skillet and Jaymes Reunion have new videos. But I cant embed them to help both bands promote themselves. So I am telling you about them instead…

Album News:

Below is the album artwork and tracklisting for Fireflight’s digital only acoustic EP entitled Unbroken and Unplugged, which will become available October 6th, 2009
fireflight unbroken and unplugged ep
1. Stand Up
2. Brand New Day
3. Forever
4. Unbreakable
5. You Decide

Below is the album artwork and tracklisting for Sufjan Stevens upcoming release, entitled The BQE, which will be available October 20th, 2009
the bqe sufjan stevens
01. Prelude on the Esplanade
02. Introductory Fanfare for the Hooper Heroes
03. Movement I: In the Countenance of Kings
04. Movement II: Sleeping Invader
05. Interlude I: Dream Sequence in Subi Circumnavagination
06. Movement III: Linear Tableau with Intersecting Surprise
07. Movement IV: Traffic Shock
08. Movement V: Self-Organizing Emergent Patterns
09. Interlude II: Subi Power Waltz
10. Interlude III: Invisible Accidents
11. Movement VI: Isorhythmic Night Dance with Interchanges
12. Movement VII (Finale): The Emperor of Centrifuge

Weekly Update 8/21/09

Hello to all the amazing people who read our site, we love you. Really, your participation in this website makes everything worth it.  Every time you visit, it counts as only good stuff for us as a group.  So, thank you….

If you will remember, a few months back, we announced that we were going to tone things down a little bit on the site.  At the time, we were putting up three posts a day, beginning to build our artist database, and trying to manage our emerging “ezine” persona.  In all honesty, we never intended to use The One21 as a magazine-type website. Our original idea for this blog was to simply communicate our passion and try to begin to introduce the world to a larger perspective of “Christian music”in modern culture.

Well, God, as He always does, has His own plans for things, and seven months in to our existence we were doing interviews,  reporting on news, and in general acting like more of a magazine.

However, the true intention of this site, The One21 Music, was to build a tool that could fully introduce the people to the vast body of music made by believers. So, in May, we officially began to build our artists database. We started strong, found out we weren’t doing it right, started over, added a few features, went back and added those features to the existing profiles, went back and edited, and then once again began to add new artists, and here we are.

Confused? Dont worry, all of that was my long way of saying that we are now 260 artists strong in our database, and every week we are adding on average 6-10 new entries.  The profiles span over 10 genres, 3 categories, and over 120 styles (sub-genres).  We are doing our best to make sure that any fan, of any type of music will have a place on this website.  You can go see our progress by clicking on the “Artist Search” tab up at the top of this page, or you can click here.
Also, if there is particular artist you want to check out, you can get to them quickly by typing in www.one21music.com/(artist name) into the address bar on your browser (so an example would be www.one21music.com/owl city).  If you dont get anything, it most likely means we have not gotten that particular artist into the system yet, but don’t fret because we are working on it.

Alright, with so much going on, Chuck and I thought it would be a good idea to start giving you guys weekly rundowns on what is happening here on the site.  So at the end of the week, we will recap what we have been writing about on the blog, in the database, and what is happening in our company.  Our hope is that not only will you stay up to date to what is happening on the blog, and what new artists you may want to check out, but also that you would get to know us as people and as a company. So, here we go, this our first real update so I hope you enjoy:

General Site Updates:

-First of all, you may notice that we have a new banner. The old one was cool and everything, but as we turn the corner on this website, we wanted to go with something a bit “cleaner” looking. Plus, I (Ian) was really tired of looking at myself every time I looked at the site (yes, if you remember the guy in the banner, that was a big ‘ol profile of me, myself, and I).

-We launched our “Album Release” page this week. this page contains dates, titles, and album artwork(when available) for all the upcoming CDs from Christian artists. It will be updated often, and in future “update” posts I will keep you up to date on what we have added to the page. Go check out all the upcoming releases here.

-We got rid of our “Music Artists” and “Christian Labels” tabs. With the database, we don’t need the “Artist” tab, although you may see a newer, more accessible version of it pop up in the near future. All the information from the “Christian Labels” can now be found in our “Links” page. You can click on the “Links” tab at the top of the page or just click here

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Blog/Article Updates:

-New Releases-The big release this week came from MuteMath, but Manic Drive and Take It Back! also released somke new stuff this week.
-Music News- new videos from John Reuben, Paramore, and Philmont, along with new album info for Abandon Kansas, and a lot of bands leaving their labels and others getting signed.
-Free Download- a new little DJ album from hip-hop artist Playdough. Very strange, but hard to pass up for free.
-Voices Of The Underground2 Pt.1- Begin a new “season” of our round table interview series by asking Thousand Foot Krutch, White Collar Sideshow, Gileah Taylor, and many others what they love about music.

Artist Database Updates:

-Chuck has moved around some genre definitions to best suite our Praise & Worship, and Gospel fans.

Profiles added:
Moby
Owl City
Mindy Smith
Adrienne Young
Iris Dement
MuteMath
Son Lux
Buddy Miller
Bodies Of Water
The Welcome Wagon
Sufjan Stevens
Danielson
Josh Garrels
Listener
Preson Phillips
Gileah Taylor (Gileah & The Ghost Train)
Wonder
Love Begotten
Bradley Hathaway

Also, this weekend we will be holding a meeting to try and figure out a possible One21 Fest here in Austin, Texas. If you are reading this and have some ideas, please speak up. Until next week, God bless, and have a great weekend.

Christian Music Is Not A Genre, It Is A Movement