Most of your favorite Passion Conference worship leaders are back with another big, bright outpouring of already or soon-to-be worship standards from this year’s final conference at the old Georgia Dome.
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...
Definitely EDM-driven but there is a bit of diversity on the release with a few down-tempo piano ballads and pop anthems.
Stars Go Dim’s self-titled release is an all-around creative, worshipful, and well-crafted modern pop, rock, and soul album, deserving of both radio play and worship service use.
Let It Echo resounds with the essence of modern rock worship music through its compilation of talented worship artists creating cohesive worship music for churches across the nations to sing.
Atmospheric folk-rock, with expansive dynamics that range from a hush to rushing waters, and back again.
United Pursuit is a group of friends who love pursuing the heart of God together. Their music is a product of their community worshiping and following God together. These songs are all corporate worship. Be careful listening to...
Electronica power-pop with a fairly good balance of down-tempos as well, though the musical creativity is most powerful in the high-energy offerings.
Electronic pop with heavy synth and crystal clear vocals on the upbeat songs, prominent piano and acoustic guitar on the slower ones.
The Dream continues to find the band writing reassuring lyrics and blending it with a nouveau 80’s style pop.
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