A Mutant Breed of Christian Music? How Slow Dakota Reinvented a Genre in 22-Minutes

A Mutant Breed of Christian Music? How Slow Dakota Reinvented a Genre in 22-Minutes

By Joseph Keipe

If Bürstner and the Baby's goal is to evangelize, one might ask why PJ Sauerteig spends so much time burying the Gospel and mutating his influences. 29 Apr 2016 // 8:25 AM

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