Leonard Cohen's ballad "Hallelujah" is one of modern music’s most-covered and reinvented songs, and this version, from a cappella group Pentatonix is the latest stellar addition to the pop catalog. The tune is one of several new covers featured on A Pentatonix Christmas.

Cohen’s classic song is steeped in biblical references, poetic musings about love and loss and has one of the most haunting choruses in rock ’n roll. Discuss

The Rebirth of David Crowder

He’s no newcomer to the Christian music scene, But there’s something really fresh about his new album. We sat down with Crowder to discuss how, after 20 years, he’s finding a whole new voice. Read More

Joel Houston

The Hillsong United frontman on the album that changed everything Read More

The members of Hælos are dedicated to making electronic music organically. In the era of computerized pre-tracks, that may sound like a contradiction, but Hælos meticulously design all of the sounds in their music, using old synthesizers, surround-sound vocals and even sounds recorded on road trips and found in everyday life. Read More

Before 2013, Mothers was the solo project of Kristine Leschper, who was studying printmaking in Athens, Georgia. When Leschper started collaborating with a handful of other musicians she met through Athens’ thriving music scene, Mothers the band was born.

The group’s debut album, When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired, was built around Leschper’s solo material, but the band is now getting the hang of writing collaboratively. Read More

Sir The Baptist

The breakout Chicago rapper shoulders a complex relationship with the religious world. Read More