EPISODE 21 - DARA MACLEAN
Surprise! We’re back with season three, and our first guest is none other than Dove Award nominee Dara Maclean. With international radio hits and Billboard charting albums, Dara n was the golden girl of Christian Music in 2011. Six years after her last album, she's back as an independent artist. She tells us why she's dreaming big, the vision for her Kickstarter campaign, and why authenticity is everything.
(EXCLUSIVE) Full Access by Dara Maclean
(EXCLUSIVE) Oh The Love of God by Dara Maclean
Free (Live)by Dara Maclean
Ashes feat Chris McClarney by Dara Maclean
Blameless/How He Loves by Dara Maclean
EXCLUSIVE How He Loves by Dara Maclean
EPISODE 20- BINLEY
Before she was the singer for SoCal pop worship band BINLEY, Andrea Hamilton-Binley toured the globe writing pop songs. On this week's ep, she tells us how chronic illness changed her life, and why her new worship project BINLEY dares to confront our pain in order to find God.
No Other by BINLEY
Never Gonna Let You Go (feat Brandon Gill) by BINLEY
All But Lost by Andrea Hamilton
Build My Life Reimagined by BINLEY
Glimmer in the Dust (Piano) by BINLEY
Our Love by Andrea Hamilton
Completely by Ledger
EPISODE 19 - JOHNNY CROWDER
This week we talk metal music, mental health and faith with Johnny Crowder. A frontman for nu metal band Prison as well as CEO of mental health app Cope Notes, nothing about this guy is ordinary. Nothing.
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Dead Meat by Prison (18.10)
Our Father by Prison (29.35)
Wear Your Skin by Prison (36.59)
R*ape Me by Prison (46.53)
Losing My Mind by Prison (57.39)
The Knife and the Dying Dream by Prison (1.05.09)
Alive Again by Seventh Day Slumber (1.09.27)
EPISODE 18 - DAVID ZACH OF REMEDY DRIVE
Hold on tight, because abolitionist and lead singer of Remedy Drive David Zach gets real on this week's episode. He talks about going undercover with The Exodus Road to free people from human trafficking and how it compelled Remedy Drive to go independent. Want more? He also takes a deep dive into the separation between Evangelical culture, the music industry and God's Word. IT'S ON.
Connect with The Exodus Road at TheExodusRoad.com
Under the Starlight by Remedy Drive
Love is Our Weapon by Remedy Drive
Sunlight On Her Face by Remedy Drive
Commodity by Remedy Drive
Brighter Than Apathy by Remedy Drive
Real Thing by Remedy Drive
Daylight by Remedy Drive
You've Got Fire (feat Rachael Llampa Mccarthy) by Remedy Drive
EPISODE 17 - VERSES
On this week's ep, meet Aussie trio VERSES, a band dedicated to creating "the modern day memory verse" using the pop/EDM sounds and production quality we'd hear from the Chainsmokers or For King & Country. We talk touring with family, how weird it is growing up as a Pastor's Kid, and why VERSES is about more than commercial success.
All Things by VERSES
Freedom by VERSES
Reckless Love by VERSES
Hold On by VERSES
Neighbour by VERSES
Your Love by VERSES
Be the Light by VERSES
EPISODE 16 - MATT CROCKER of HILLSONG UNITED
On the verge of releasing their album PEOPLE, Hillsong UNITED's Matt Crocker tells us why honesty and vulnerability are the heartbeat of the Aussie church band. As the writer of songs like Oceans and Not Today, he chats about growing up in Hillsong, carrying the legacy, and why Reuben Morgan is king of all songwriters.
Pre-order PEOPLE and order tickets to the PEOPLE tour at hillsongunited.com.
Another in The Fire (Live)
As You Find Me (Live)
Good Grace (Live)
Whole Heart (Hold Me Now) (Live)
Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
EPISODE 15 - ANDREW KITCHEN
Andrew Kitchen is one of Australia's most well regarded musicians, and as lead singer of alt-punk band Antiskeptic, is iconic in the Aussie Christian, festival and club scenes. We spoke to Andrew about Antiskeptic's rise to fame, his solo project Ridley, and what it means to be a musician with a faith in the land down under.
Breathe Out by Antiskeptic
Road and Travel by Antiskeptic
The Day the Colour Changed by Ridley
Beautiful in White by Antiskeptic
Goodbye, Goodnight by Antiskpetic
Hey Dissident by Antiskeptic
EPISODE 14 - ONAJE JEFFERSON
This week we're taking it to church with The Recording Collective's Onaje Jefferson. A member of Grammy award winning band Israel and New Breed for 6 years, and a soloist with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Onaje tells us about the Collective's new EP 'Yes and Amen', discusses why diversity and multiculturalism are essential in the church, and gets honest about trying to please everyone as a worship pastor.
MUSIC by the Recording Collective
Love Won’t Let Me Down feat Onaje Jefferson
Yes and Amen feat Onaje Jefferson
What A Beautiful Name feat Charlin Neal
No Longer Slaves feat Onaje Jefferson
Reckless Love feat Charlin Neal
This is Amazing Grace feat Onaje Jefferson
EPISODE 13 - JOHN DiBIASE
of JESUS FREAK HIDEOUT
Dust off your old CD collection, on today’s episode we talk founder of Jesus Freak Hideout John DiBiase! A forerunner in online Christian music journalism and a respected connoisseur of all things 90s CMM, he tells us about his incredible rise to success, how he coped with the near collapse of the industry in the 00s, and shares his ongoing struggle to find authenticity and quality within it.
Greatness of Our God by NewsboysUNITED
I Can Only Imagine (The Movie Sessions) by MercyMe
Crazy About You (Dave Aude Radio Edit) by Plumb
Remember to Remember by Steven Curtis Chapman
Testify by NEEDTOBREATHE
Bull in A China Shop by Switchfoot
EPISODE 12 - CRYSTAL LEWIS
With three Grammy nominations to her name and nearly thirty albums under her belt, singer/songwriter Crystal Lewis has accomplished more in her career than most musicians do in a lifetime. In this exclusive interview, we chat with Crystal about some of the most challenging moments in her career, why vulnerability is more important than ever, and why 2019 is her year to release new music.
Let Go by Crystal Lewis
Love Each Other by Crystal Lewis
Beginning by Crystal Lewis
Bloom by Crystal Lewis
Dancing Trough Tunnels by Crystal Lewis
Faithful by Crystal Lewis
EPISODE 11 - SLEEPING AT LAST
Better known by his moniker Sleeping At Last, multi instrumentalist Ryan O'Neal has spent two decades writing about everything from planets and personality theories, to the essence of life and his faith. We talk to him about his popular 'Enneagram' series from Atlas: Year 2, why the sacred and secular so often come together, and what his most surprising song placement has been.
Eight by Sleeping At Last
Life by Sleeping At Last
Sorrow by Sleeping At Last
Daughter by Sleeping At Last
Six by Sleeping At Last
Seven by Sleeping At Last
EPISODE 10 - SINAI
SINAI is a hip hop artist whose passion meets purpose, believing in the power of sharing a message of hope and overcoming. Sinai tells us the incredible story about he overcame the stigma of growing up in the Projects, why his new single 'Rally' featuring Pettidee is a reflection of his experience in church, and why unity is more important than ever in light of political, class and racial divisions.
Fire by SINAI
Whatchamacallit by SINAI
Rally feat. Pettidee by SINAI
A1 by SINAI
I'll Find You feat Tori Kelli by Lecrae
Here, 2016 (Clean) feat Lecrae by Sho Baraka
EPISODE 9 - GUSTAVO GUERRERO
Music and activism go hand-in-hand for Gustavo Guerrero, and on this week's episode we chat to the singer/songwriter about how music has helped him transition between countries and cities. He opens up about looking for a place to belong in the church as a DACA Dreamer, and tells us all about his upcoming EP "Tales of a Dreamer".
Feels Like Home by Gustavo Guerrero
Tierra Prometida by Gustavo Guerrero
Imagine feat Gustavo Guerrero by Alex G
Here To Stay by Gustavo Guerrero
La montana by Gustavo Guerrero
Thankful (Neon Feather Remix) by Cade Thompson
EPISODE 8 - DEE SWAN AND SARAH GERALD
On this week's episode, we introduce you to two amazing up-and-coming artists. Christian EDM singer and producer Dee Swan tells us why he is so audacious about sharing his faith, and what its like to work with singers like The Ready Set. Meanwhile, Nashville creative Sarah Gerald tells us the extraordinary story about how God healed her of extreme anxiety and helped her pursue a career in music.
Download Dee Swan's single Fire feat the Ready Set & Twizzle here.
Support Sarah Gerald's Patreon here.
Fire feat The Ready Set & Twizzle by Dee Swan
L.T.O.Y. by Dee Swan
Till I Found You by Phil Wickham
Find Me by Sarah Gerald
Farther (acoustic) feat Sarah Gerald by Kareen McBean
What If by Blanca
Never Let You Down feat Hunter & Tara by Hawk Nelson
EPISODE 7 : SARAH REEVES
This week Nashville pop/worship singer Sarah Reeves joins us to talk about her new album Easy Never Needed You, how she struggled with self doubt and identity when she was first signed at 18, and why she chooses to speak so openly about her struggles in marriage.
Right Where You Want Me by Sarah Reeves
Easy by Sarah Reeves
Feel The Waters by Sarah Reeves
Feelin’ Like Christmas by Sarah Reeves
Something About You by Sarah Reeves
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Main Mix) by Family Force 5
EPISODE 6 : AUDREY ASSAD
On this week's episode we speak to notable singer/songwriter and author Audrey Assad about losing faith, the racial and class divide in the Christian music industry, and why she chooses to speak about her past struggle with pornography addiction.
Irrational Season by Audrey Assad
Justice feat Propaganda by Audrey Assad
Evergreen by Audrey Assad
Deliverer by Audrey Assad
Little Things With Love by Audrey Assad
Drawn to You by Audrey Assad
Joy of the Lord by Audrey Assad
Winter Wonderland by Lauren Daigle
EPISODE 5: JOHN MARK MCMILLAN
This week we talk to one of Christian music's most influential and controversial song writers, John Mark McMillan. He tells us all about his Christmas record, 'Smile In The Mystery,' unpacks why he believes we take lyrics too seriously, and speaks about the challenges of being on the 'nether regions' of the Christian music industry.
Baby King by John Mark McMillan
Silent Night/Smile In The Mystery by John Mark McMillan
Lights by John Mark McMillan
Silent Night/Smile In The Mystery by John Mark McMillan
Joy To The World by John Mark McMillan
Episode 4: Jennifer Martin
This week we throw it back to Christian music’s glory days with pastor, singer, songwriter, missionary and former publicist Jennifer Martin. She tells us the extraordinary story of how she began working with Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant in the 90s, why she took a chance on recording her own songs, and how she managed the consumerist nature of the industry when the worship movement took off in the 00s.
I Am Yours by Jennifer Martin
Glory to You by Jennifer Martin
Be Still and Know by Jennifer Martin
O Come Be Born Again by Jennifer Martin
Prepare the Way, O Zion by Jennifer Martin
I Am Yours by Jennifer Martin
When Christmas Comes Around by Caitie Hurst
EPISODE 3 : CHAD MOSES OF TO WRITE LOVE ON HER ARMS
Over the past 12 years, mental health non-profit To Write Love On Her Arms has been present at music festivals, reminding fans and artists that it’s okay to not be okay. On this week’s episode, we talk to TWLOHA’s music and events team member, Chad Moses, about the effects touring and the industry has on artists, how religion and dogma adds an additional complexity to this, and why music helped to save his life.
You Found Me by Switchfoot
I’m Not Dead Yet by Ledger
Only Human by Lauren Daigle
Maybe it’s Ok by We Are Messengers
Forever On Your Side by NEEDTOBREATHE
Before I Go by Guy Sebastian
EPISODE 2 : DAVID GUNGOR of THE BRILLIANCE
What happens when music gets political? On this week's episode, we speak to David Gungor of The Brilliance about why the band dedicated their 'Oh Dreamer' suite to the DACA Dreamers. He also opens up about why the duo chose to go independent and quit making 'church music', and tells us why he no longer corrects people who mistake him for his famous brother.
Dreamer Featuring Diana Gameros by The Brilliance
Welcome to the Darkness by The Brilliance
Stranger by The Brilliance
Where Would You Be? by The Brilliance
Dreamer by The Brilliance
EPISODE 1: CROWDER
On the debut episode of Between You & Me we talk to Grammy nominee Crowder about his new album ‘I Know A Ghost’. Find out why the Bible freaks him out, and hear why he doesn’t regret changing the lyrics to ‘How He Loves’ a decade after the “Sloppy wet kiss” debacle.
Wildfire by Crowder
Red Letters by Crowder
I Know A Ghost by Crowder
Let It Rain (Is There Anybody) feat Mandisa by Crowder
Night Like This by Crowder
SEASON 1 PROMO
On the promo for season 1 of Between You & Me, we answer the question, "Why does the world need another podcast?" and tell you about the amazing CCM musician we're interviewing in our debut episode.
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Head Above Water by Avril Lavigne
Joy by For King & Country
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