There is a subtle electro-pop grace to this offering. Think Moby meets Kari with all the attention to electronic detail and all the power of Jesus-culture-esque anthemic worship songs.
Split the Sky is the sound of ancient-future faith, pushing the limits of modern worship style while pulling in retro sounds from eras past.
Switchfoot’s classic rock guitar sound mixed with 1960’s psychedelia + a great deal of earnestness.
Seeker and Servant hail from Jackson, Mississippi, and are taking worship music to a whole new level with masterful production, rich sequences, and ambient compositions. Even the intros are complex and thoughtful and personify ...
Atmospheric folk-rock, with expansive dynamics that range from a hush to rushing waters, and back again.
Sound-painting, shaping dramatic moments and moods. Aspects of Sufijan, Gungor (the band), The Liturgists, Bifrost Artists. Simple and complex, innocent and sophisticated musical metaphor.
Vocals allude to Sade, Norah Jones, Ertha Kitt, and Enya, soulful, breathy, highly stylized.
Aggressive alt rock with synth pop overtones and folk-protest lyrical sensibilities. Derek Webb, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Rush of Fools.
nergetic, frenetic, and infectious, Becoming Who We Are, is a musical cacophony of joyous praise and at times chaotic beauty. Kings Kaleidoscope is 10 Seattleites with the unique ability to channel large arrays of sounds and be...
Phil Wickhamish, Sufjan with the raw sweetness of The Welcome Wagon and a folk-synth fusion with percussive restraint that is irresistible. Whispers. Whistling (literally).
Elements of pop, rock, R&B, and occasional hints of hip hop, fused together with a singer-songwriter lyrical approach.
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