Mostly organic, sounding they were recorded with a standup piano and a roomful of outstanding musicians, these hymns are acoustic and vulnerable.
Retro sunshine pop of the 60s meets indie guitar rock of today. Fresh, exciting, and founded on Scripture.
Bright and beautiful. If you want acoustic-driven Wickham, go to his Singalong CDs, Children of God is pure high-energy synth praise. Guitars are fully present but mostly as background/scaffolding to hold up the beats and Wickh...
Spare and beautiful instrumentation, strings, and lilting vocals ala Sarah McLachlan fill this release of personal devotion.
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.
Sounds like Adie Camp, All Sons And Daughters, Audrey Assad, Christy Nockels, Mia Fieldes
Mighty blends in well with other well-crafted albums from Jesus Culture and Sparrow Records, bringing talent, passion, and worship together.
Epic and intimate. Acoustic (a smidge of electric) guitar and piano plus a Sufijan-arsenal of instruments.
dam Miller is passionate that his music would be more than ‘just’ songs; that what he writes and sings would help people encounter the living Lord so that they might be transformed by seeing Jesus as he truly is. Come to the Wa...
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.
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