The Case for POP: U2’s Forgotten Dance Record

U2’s POP is about faith’s fragility amidst the noise, confusion, and chaos that come when you realize your ideology isn’t going to change the world.

CaPC Digest 83: The Hopeful Depression of Radiohead with Cameron McAllister

Drew and Tyler are back with Cameron McAllister. The trio talk about their Radiohead favorites and where Tyler should start to experience Radiohead.

Daniel Tiger’s Rhythms of Grace

The songs of Daniel Tiger have become little liturgies that shape my daughter’s days.

On DAMN., Kendrick Wrestles Without Resolution

Kendrick’s latest album offers less resolution for his fans. And that’s okay.

Deliverance & Doubt by South of Royal, Free for CAPC Members

Deliverance & Doubt by South of Royal is a clean collection of synth-pop/rock songs with catchy hooks that would feel at home on any new Hillsong or Coldplay album.

Time Without Measure by The Chairman Dances, Free for CAPC Members

The album Time Without Measure takes on activism with intimate, challenging lyrics in the style of Sufjan Stevens and The Mountain Goats.

Fun Is the First Rule of Karaoke

Singing at the All Ages Karaoke Night at Danny’s on Douglas, I was given a glimpse of this kingdom where we are bound to each other and to God.

Kind to Be Cruel: The Tragedy of Florence Foster Jenkins

Florence Foster Jenkins was surrounded by people who told her, wrongly, she could sing, and her life was stunted as a result.

The CaPC 25 Episode 21: Chance the Rapper’s ‘Coloring Book’, ‘Dark Souls III’, And ‘Firewatch’

Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book, Dark Souls 3, and Firewatch are all up for nomination on this weeks episode of The 25 where political incorrectness and falsehoods abound this week.

Women Behaving Badly: What Miranda Lambert’s ‘Vice’ Is Really Telling Us

Country star Miranda Lambert gives us insight into sexual freedom for women: does it mean behaving as badly as men?

What’s Getting Us Through the Summer: CaPC Staff Recommendations

Here’s what our writers are consuming this summer when they’re not writing.

Vincent Colbert’s Unwind, Free for CaPC Members

Vincent Colbert is a Denver-based singer-songwriter with a silky voice and a knack for sad songs.

‘The Life of Pablo’ and the Messy, Scandalous Redemption of Kanye West

‘The Life of Pablo’ is a messy, but redemptive album from Kanye West

Weaving Songs into the Soul: An Interview with Matt Papa

Matt Papas has always had a passion to teach the Bible and for theology and music; his work is a marriage of those two things.

CAPC Podcast #23 – Cash, Cobain, Bush

Listening Closely to ‘Wolf of Wall Street’: Music as a Moral Clue in the Films of Martin Scorsese

Scorsese has left us clues in Wolf of Wall Street and his other “irredeemable” films as to the truly moral, redeemable nature of his work — particularly through his use of music.