As Family We Go keeps the Rend Collective signature sound going, while stretching and expanding it a bit. For comparison purposes, I would point to Phillip Phillips.
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.
Elements of pop, rock, R&B, and occasional hints of hip hop, fused together with a singer-songwriter lyrical approach.
pening with a heavy clanging guitar drive is pretty much the only worship cliché on this otherwise outstanding release from Covenant Church in Texas. The worship on Kingdom is powerful, infectious, and musically incredible. The...
Economy is the major-label release with the indie heart and sound. When an artist like John Mark McMillan signs on to a label such as Integrity, you half expect everything you loved about his previous release, The Medicine—the ...
Performance meets passion and artistry in Christ-centered worship expression (and experience) on Israel Houghton and New Breed’s Jesus at the Center. Part old fashioned tent revival, part emotionally-packed cinematic soundtrack...
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