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Album Review

They were known as the Daniel Crowder Band without David Crowder, but with the powerful, lean Evening:Morning these four longtime bandmates come into their own as the Digital Age. Without Crowder, vocal duties are now split between Mark "The Shark" Waldrop and Mike Dodson, who often sing harmony together, joining forces to handle the driving, weighty music. The soaring openers "Captured" and "Symphony of Grace" are great examples of the above, but this is also a very evenly designed effort, with the electro-tinged "Through the Night" and the Coldplay-big ballad "All the Poor & Powerless" providing more than the usual guitar thunder. Round it out with songwriting that is solid and Crowder's old crew lift themselves above that tag, staking their own claim in the world of Christian rock with this knockout debut.

Customer Reviews

A New Age

I loved the David Crowder Band and was extremely excited to hear that these 4 guys would continue to make music together. David went with a more country folky worship style that is great but TDA went a totally different way and I love it. "Captured" catches my attention right off the bat and songs 2 and 4 are just rocking worship tunes. "All the Poor and Powerless" gives me chills every time I listen to it. My favorite so far is "Believe" so lyrically simple yet the words have such power.

If you are looking for the newest style in Christian music then The Digital Age is just the band you are looking for. If you are looking for music to play in church this is for you. Just great worship music by this group of talented musicians.


I could go on and on and on (and on still) about how amazing this album is but I'll make it short and simple. If you loved the David Crowder*Band, you'll like this album, and if you like Christian alt/rock, this album is a jewel. It's got everything on it from upbeat dancy songs to acoustic ballads and everything in between. My personal favorites are Captured, Your Name, Through the Night, Glow, Believe, and my favorite, Overcome. The lyrical themes on this album are beyond incredible and the music is so creative and cool. Listen to this album and you will have proof that these guys aren't just some new indie band, they are pros who just came out of being in one the biggest Christian bands of all time. I'm so excited for the future of The Digital Age and I hope and pray that the guys receive major success from this album. God bless!

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Completely mind blowing, there are some great worship songs on here. Good music


Formed: 2012 in Waco, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '10s

A four-piece Christian rock band out of Waco, Texas, the Digital Age is comprised of four of the six members of the former David Crowder Band (which split in 2012), Jack Parker (guitar, Rhodes piano, banjo, vocals), Jeremy Bush (drums, percussion), Mike Dodson (bass, piano, keyboards, vocals), and Mark Waldrop (guitar, mandolin, percussion, vocals). It's a different band without Crowder out front, with Dodson and Waldrop handling most of the vocals, often in harmony, but the Digital Age does an equally...
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