The Dangers of Christian Rock

A Music, Religion and Spirituality podcast
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In this episode, Jarin and Colton take a quick break from the typical format, with the help of a very special guest: Stephen Christian - of Anberlin and Anchor & Braille. Stephen walks through some of the influences he's had musically for the Anchor & Braille albums and shares a few laughs.  We had a great time, and appreciate him popping on with us.You can see what he's up to  @christianmusic and has a new album out "Tension," which is available for purchase and on the major streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.Listen now, and let us know what you think about Anchor & Braille and Anberlin on our social feeds!https://twitter.com/dangerxtianrockhttps://facebook.com/dangerxtianrockhttps://instagram.com/dangerxtianrock
In this episode, Jarin returns. Colton and Jarin deep dive through Falling Up. With a wide range of sound and albums, it's a great time to revisit their music, and discuss what we liked, what we didn't, and of course - if it still holds up. Listen now, and let us know what you think about Falling Up on our social feeds! https://twitter.com/dangerxtianrock https://facebook.com/dangerxtianrock https://instagram.com/dangerxtianrock
This week Colton talks with music writer and professor Joel Heng Hartse about one of the most iconic Christian indie rock bands of the late 90's and early 00's,  Pedro The Lion. You can buy Joel's book "Sects, Love, and Rock & Roll: My Life on Record" herehttps://www.amazon.com/Sects-Love-Rock-Roll-Evangelicalism/dp/1608993272/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=joel+heng+hartse&qid=1601608459&sr=8-1 
Colton and special guest Matthew Shurtz (@floorshirts) discuss a band that was both influential for both of them, Dead Poetic. 
In this episode Jarin and Colton break down Flyleaf. While most time was spent on the first couple items, the conversation migrates to more of the impact we feel, and have heard, that Flyleaf has had on folks across the globe. We had a great time, you don't wanna miss out on listening to this one. Listen now, and let us know what you think about Flyleaf on our social feeds! https://twitter.com/dangerxtianrock https://facebook.com/dangerxtianrock https://instagram.com/dangerxtianrock
In this episode Jarin and Colton break down Anberlin, and relive some old memories. Discussion ranges from Blueprints all the way to Lowborn. Jarin and Colton have always had high regard for Anberlin, so this was a really fun time. Listen now, and let us know what you think about Anberlin on our social feeds! https://twitter.com/dangerxtianrock https://facebook.com/dangerxtianrock
In this episode, Colton and Jarin discuss a band that has had massive influence on the heavy christian music scene, and other avenues of christian music. This band is Skillet.Listen now, and let us know what you think about Skillet on our social feeds!https://twitter.com/dangerxtianrockhttps://facebook.com/dangerxtianrock
Jarin and Colton dive into Subseven, a band near and dear to their hearts. This episode is intertwined with personal stories and connections, and maybe some embarrassing stories. Listen now, and let us know what you think about Subseven on our social feeds!https://twitter.com/dangerxtianrockhttps://facebook.com/dangerxtianrock
In this episode, Jarin and Colton do a deep dive into a few of the more popular albums from Thousand Foot Krutch. The primary focus is the album Phenomenon, but it would be remiss to ignore a couple other albums: Set it Off and The Art of Breaking. Next week, join as they navigate Subseven. If you have thoughts, think they're off base or just want to weigh in don't forget to hit up social media - @dangerxtianrock and facebook.com/dangerxtianrock
In this episode, Colton and Jarin intro the thought and idea behind why this podcast can and should be relevant, establish some background for why it's important to them, and tell a couple fun stories about how they know each other. Stay tuned for the episode next week, where they cover Thousand Foot Krutch!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Jarin Martin
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Aug 16th, 2020
Latest Episode
Oct 19th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
10
Avg. Episode Length
41 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Serial

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