by - Monday, July 23, 2012

I am a firm believer that if Christians produce anything it should be something of great quality. I get really irritated when "Christian movies" come out and the production quality is terrible and the acting is sub-par. I've never understood trying label what we do as artists, musicians, or theorists. For example, when I make food I don't make "Christian food." So when there are Christian labels do they become a Christian band or a band that happen to be Christians. As a musician/singer and a follower of Christ, I want everything I do to be done in exellence. If people are drawn to to anything I do- even this blog, then great, but if they feel obligated because I am a Christian then it feels meaningless. My example and life isn't to please people, it is to love me God and love others. Anyway, enough with my rant. 
I said all of that to introduce Gungor. They were mentioned briefly in one of my guest posts HERE. Their music is complex and creative and they produce a sound that is uniquely their own. Their voices are so simple which balances out the compluxities of their musicianship. 

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